Frantik is a Montreal-born hip-hop musician based in Halifax, Nova Scotia since 2012. He started playing drums when he was six years old. Since first year high school has always had some kind of musical project underway. He has been in ska and punk bands and has performed in shows and at festivals all over eastern Canada. Frantik produced The Get Down, a weekly music show.

He has always liked reading and writing poetry as well as creating beat tracks. There has been a long flirtation with rap music. His current musical style evolved naturally.

I wouldn’t search out this musical genre but, in the interest of full disclosure, you should know that Frantik is my son. I have watched his music and lyrics mature and evolve. I am very proud of him and I am a fan. Once you hear his voice, you will not forget it. He has been working at this for 24 years now but I often ask him when he is going to be an overnight success.

You can find albums Dsm-6 and Misinformed, the single 2 Am, and others on Apple Music and on Spotify.
This article is from the East Mag

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