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11-Year-Old Hip Hop Artist Gets Grammy Nomination

Posted by Admin On November - 2 - 2015
11-Year-Old Hip Hop Sensation Frankie V. Vaults Into Grammy Nomination Consideration for His Attention-Grabbing Single ‘Say Something!’

Say Something By Frankie V.

New York, NY (BlackNews.com) — Whos the youngest eligible recording artist throwing his cap into the ring for Grammy consideration in 2015? Lets spell it out for you: F-R-A-N-K-I-E Frankie V. – with his incinerating sing-a-long Hip Hop groove, Say Something! This smokin hot techno-funk sliceof-life street rhyme reflects the mind of a cool young man with a master plan. Danceable with fun yet positive messages for his peer group yet boasting a music track funky enough for all ages, Say Something has captured the imaginations of dual generations and is, thus, very seriously primed for Grammy consideration. And this guy isnt even a teenager yet!

Born Francisco Vierra III in January of 2004, Frankie V. grew up watching his father firsthand in Hip Hop, eventually taking the stage with him to wild popularity. Rolling year-round on the Honor Roll with excellent scholastic dedication is the only way his parents would allow him to jump into the Hip Hop game as a mature young professional. On weekends, Frankie V. (with his team of producers and writers) work on songs and routines at his very own Elite Recording Studio, purchased by his father. Frankies passion, charisma, and all-natural swagger are paying off in massive dividends with the success of Say Something.

Say Something was written by Marquis Griffin and Greg Thomas, produced by Andrew Lane and KBoog, with high definition engineering by David Tickle and Norman Whitfield, Jr. Released via DH Records, powered by GMUSIC, Say Something was strategically coordinated for the youth market in summer 2015 by Guion PartnersInc., also known as GPI, a Los Angeles based management firm lead by Lindsay Guion, an industry professional best known for his work with Grammy Award-winning and multi-Platinum recording artists Ginuwine, Mya and DAngelo.

Official nominations for the 58th Annual Grammy Awards will be announced in November 2015 and the program takes place February 15, 2016.

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