Frankie Be Good Drops Life, Love & Experience EP

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Reggae singer Frankie Be Good is steadily carving niche for himself in the music business. The St. Mary High past student started out as a rapper in high school. He migrated to live in New York in 1991. While attending college, he performed at a number of events in New York.

A few years later he moved to live in Florida, where he began his recording career.

“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. When I moved to Florida one day I went to a 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.”

Frankie Be Good signaled his arrival on the Florida Reggae scene in 2009 with the release of an EP titled Tell Me Who. This was followed up by the release of a number of singles which has helped him to build a growing fan base among music lovers in that part of the US.

The affable singjay who holds a Bachelor Degree in Technical Management from DeVry University is currently promoting his latest project, a five track EP titled Love, Life & Experience.

The EP which was produced by Frankie Be Good for his Wally Bee Production label, features songs such as UR The Only 1, My Sweet Lady and If You Wanna Go.
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