Lamont "LaFonz" Harris at a young tender age has already started building his reputation in the music industry, and he is barely in middle school. As a start to La'Fonz's career, he had a great opportunity of doing the radio drop for K Sly and Eric Cubichi from 100.3 The Beat and reaching a large broadcasted audience. Since then, La'Fonz is continuing to work on his entertainment career around his school schedule. He has worked with talent such as Warner Bros. recording artists New Boyz and LA's own O.N.E. Some of La'Fonz's early work begins with his feature on O.N.E's mixtape "Jerk & B" on the track "Kicks So Clean" where he dispays some clever raps that stand tall with the other guys. The mixtape received (and is still receiving) a lot of attention and support granting La'Fonz a fanbase and the greenlight to his career. Recently, he was apart of some major projects including Mario Van Peebles upcoming film 'We The Party' and Myspace/Sprite/Electus/Lodger's production 'Jerk All Stars.' From the classroom to the studio, La'Fonz is currently working on his anticipated mixtape set to release quarter 1 of 2011. La'Fonz is coming and still has a lot to conquer before he reaches high school.