Thetford rapper Franko Fraize releases music video for his latest track

Thetford rapper Franko Fraize. Picture: Sonya Duncan

Thetford rapper Franko Fraize. Picture: Sonya Duncan

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Thetford’s very own Franko Fraize has released a video for his latest track as the rapper hopes to build on last year’s success.

Lines, featuring music producer Great Skies, draws on the UK electronic music scene and is described as having an “old-school garage rave” vibe.

Shot in London, the video captures the city’s skyline and nightlife while Franko’s lyrics talk of everyday life.

Last year Franko supported Rudimental and Chase and Status, making a number of festival appearances, including the BBC Radio 1Xtra stage at Reading and Leeds festival.

And it is hoped this year the success will continue with an E.P alongside Great Skies is set to be released soon and a “massive” collaboration in the pipeline.

Franko is set to perform at a number of local venues over the next couple of months, including The Swan in Ipswich, The Waterfront in Norwich and Epic Studios, also in the city.

More information can be found by following Franko Fraize on Facebook.

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