The Frankie Be Good experience

The Frankie Be Good experience

Friday, May 08, 2015

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SINGER Frankie Be Good has released a five-track EP titled Love, Life & Experience. The self-produced project is released by the Wally Bee Production label.


Formerly known as Terror X, Frankie Be Good started rapping as a student at St Mary High School. While attending college in New York, he performed at events throughout the tri-state area.


After relocating to Florida, he earned a bachelors degree in technical management from DeVry University.


"I've always had a very strong love for music. I used to rap for my friends in high school, but when I moved to the US I started to focus on reggae and dancehall music. While in college I continued to perform for fun," he told Splash. "One day I went to Jam Hill studio to record a dub plate for a DJ; Freddie McGregor was there and he told me that I should really pursue a career in music, so I took his advice."


He released the EP Tell Me Who in 2009. A number of singles followed, including If You Wanna Go, My Sweet Lady and UR the Only 1.




-- Kevin Jackson



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