Continental Five’s ‘Stress’ Featured On South Park

Continental Five’s ‘Stress’ Featured On South Park
Indie rapper Continental Five's new record, Stress, was featured on South Park's new episode to start off their new season. This record will also be available in all digital stores and streaming outlets. This is the first time South Park has used an independent release for one of their episodes. Stream it below!



Born and Raised in South Jamaica Queens, NY Michael Francis A.K.A Continental Five is the oldest of two boys with dreams of being something. Unfortunately, Southside Jamaica Queens isn't always open to fulfilling the dreams of its residents. Being so close that they were often mistaken for brothers, Michael looked to his older cousin; 50 Cent as a role model. Michael stayed close to his cousin, and learned so much by the moves he made. One move would end up changing his life from that day forward. Michael never really gave much thought to becoming an entertainer, until the day 50 came home wearing jewelry that cost more than the house he lived in with his family. 

Continental Five then got his act together and begun making his dream a reality.

Continental Five began his grind in the NYC underground hip-hop scene under the moniker Two five, which was a nickname given to him in jest by Tony YaYo. Slowly, he built a name and reputation for himself with his gritty style of freestyle rap. In early 2007 DJ Whiteowl decided to reach out to the rapper in hopes that he would host a mixtape for him. Continental Five was consistently gaining momentum in the underground scene so DJ Whiteowl thought he would be a good fit for his series of mixtapes. The two put out 5 successful mixtapes that started expanded his growing underground following and landed him a nomination at the Justo mixtape awards.
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