Frankmusik Biography

Vincent Frank (born Vincent Turner and later took the surname 'Frank' as a tribute to his grandfather) known professionally as Frankmusik, is a British electropop musician.

Frankmusik is a former beatboxer, known as Mr Mouth. He dropped out of the London College of Fashion to concentrate on music. In December 2008, Frankmusik made it on to the long-list of the BBC's Sound of 2009 poll. Frankmusik's debut album, Complete Me, was released on 3rd August 2009. He has also remixed material by other artists, including Pet Shop Boys' Love etc., Alphabeat's Fascination and 10,000 Nights, Mika's Relax, Take It Easy] and CSS's Move and has covered Rehab by Amy Winehouse. He attended Christ's Hospital boarding school, in West Sussex.

In the UK, Gaydar Radio was the first national station to champion Frankmusik and tracks from Complete Me. Initially interviewed by Alex Baker as part of the station's coverage of national student gay pride, Frankmusik performed a number of live tracks, which were then playlisted as part of an album teaser. On 8 July 2009, the second single to be taken from the album was A-listed by BBC Radio 1. His rise to fame was also followed closely by his local radio station, 107.8 Radio Jackie, the Sound of SW London which was the first station to broadcast his music.

At Glastonbury in 2009 (Frankmusik’s first performance there) it was announced that “Time Will Tell” will be the next released single.
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