Kyng Fraime is the Baddest One

Friday, April 26, 2019

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Deejay Kyng Fraime's latest single, Baddest One, is produced by Most Wntd Music. He is banking on it to open new doors and give him the breakthrough he craves.

“Well, the first time I heard the rhythm I knew exactly that this was going to be a song about a girl. However, after listening the beat for a while, putting together some lyrics, I paused for a while and went on Instagram. I noticed that almost every girl was posting pictures claiming that they were the baddest b**ch and whatever, so from that moment the story just came to life,” he said.

Born Darren Jhamaul Lindsay in Spanish Town, Kyng Fraime was raised in Clarendon. Three years ago, he migrated to the United States, and currently lives in New York City.

Since relocating to the Big Apple, he has released the single Fun, Die Young (Raddy Rick remix) and Affi Clean. Kyng Fraime started out building beats before switching to recording artiste last year; his debut came with Affi Clean.

To date, he has worked with Zion Productions, 3r Productions, Drizzy Productions and Markus Records.

— Kevin Jackson


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