Frenchie of Bricksquad Monopoly releases new single on September 24, 2013 worldwide entitled “Don’t Know Em.” The emcee embodies a different direction of lyrical style throughout the single, and brings forth his love of his female fans. The single was produced by Yung Lan who has credits with artist to include Frenchie, French Montana, and Rich Homie Quan amongst others. Frenchie is celebrating the success of his previous single “Power Moves” featuring Waka Flocka that peaked at #44 via BillBoard with the new single. The forthcoming single will be released thru parent Indy label, Protekted Records in conjunction with the BSM emcee, and available on ITunes for purchase.
Frenchie explains the direction of the new single, Don’t Know Em:
“The single is definitely a different approach in my music collection released. I wanted to create a track specifically for my female fans that can be admired in the clubs, at home or just riding down the highway. My main goal was to allow my creativity to be viewed on a new level; something outside of the box for Frenchie and what you are accustomed to hearing. I am hoping my fans and supporters are pleased with “Don’t Know Em” as I am.”
About Frenchie, Bricksquad Monopoly
In a renegade breed, much of those aspects are still present. That rare breed, reared in South Jamaica, Queens, includes Frenchie 1017; Bricksquad member, Atlanta transplant, a Queens representer and the hardest working artist out right now. What separates Frenchie from his peers, though, are two seemingly trivial, but actually monumental tidbits: his constant travel back and forth from Atlanta, and his raw focus, energy, and determination.
As far as Frenchie’s influences go, apart from a few out of towners, the home base is well represented: “Banks, 50 Cent, and Yayo those are dudes from my neighborhood, and they made it out. LL Cool J, some of the older cats…and One Republic. As far as concepts, the answer isn’t what you’d expect, but signifies an innate intelligence, tremendous foresight, and the result of exposure to different: different music, different cultures, and different regions. A constant tour de force of videos, work, and tours, Frenchie’s Internet presence is a sight to behold: a quick WorldStar search brings forth over forty self-produced music videos, and his visual presence includes videos spanning back several years, and millions of collective views. Frenchie’s groundwork has laid a solid, universal foundation.