South Central – Music was inevitable for the South Central rapper, Frank Noble. Born in 1982 to Frank Brown III and Sharon Spears, the up and coming musician was raised amidst a musical family, and knew music was his fate. Ultimately, it wasn’t until the age of 15 that Noble honed in on his craft, first establishing his beat boxing skills, then mimicking his favorites; classic rappers such as Tupac and Jayo Felony. His sister, a fellow artist, taught him how to write rhymes and thus, a star was born. In 2008, his musical fate became reality with the release of Noble’s first mixtape “If The West Need Me Who Gone Feed Me” in 2008 (Currently available on datpiff.com).
Frank Noble’s newest project, an EP entitled I Am What I Write, was released on Noble’s uncle’s birthday as a tribute to his late relative. “My uncle was special to me,” confesses the artist, “If he was alive today, he’d be proud. He’d want me to focus and keep pushing myself.” The album is what the artist describes as “reality rap,” and serves as a reflection of Frank’s personal life and perspective through the lens of his rhymes. His distinct, raspy voice and street-wise lyrics will vibe with all walks of life – there’s something for everyone.
Ultimately, Noble is eager to get his music to the masses and find success, but more importantly, his love and commitment to family are what drives him. Despite struggles in his livelihood, the artist has been persistent in both business and music. In addition to being a rapper, Frank Noble uses his business prowess to run his own label, DR@GWEST. Now ready to re-enter the rap game with I Am What I Write, Frank Noble is a force to be reckoned with.
Follow along on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
Listen on YouTube.
Find Frank Noble on Tidal.
Post a Comment