Manga Saint Hilare spreads love on Maxsta-produced ‘Fear No One’

Grant Brydon

9 months ago

By Grant Brydon

Manga Saint Hilare gets melodic with his new drop ‘Fear No One’.

Released via Toronto label Bare Selection, the Maxsta-produced cut sees the Roll Deep MC focussed on love of family and self.

“‘Fear No One’ came about by me hearing the clip of the beat on Maxsta’s Instagram story; I’m always lurking,” admits Manga. “I had a melody in my head as soon as I heard it; just had to find the right message. I feel like it’s a chant of strength and rebellion.”

The track lands a couple of weeks after the release of his Murkage Dave-assisted ‘Men Are Trash’ video, and will keep fans in new music while they await the follow up to last year’s outstanding Outsiders Live Forever album.

Listen to the new track and its remixes below, and support it via your preferred streaming service.