Drum & bass producer Frankee began his DJing career at one of the most prestigious drum & bass record labels dance music had to offer.
Ram Records enlisted the budding producer following his consecutive releases on their sister imprint Program, known for pushing the grittiest sounds the underground pedestalled. However, following his ascent and worldwide tours on the club circuit, Frankee has pushed his undeniably heavyweight production standard into every corner. Since his exclusive signing to Ram Records, he’s dropped both hard-hitting dancefloor shakers and emphatic liquid rollers. Slowly building his discography beside Ram, Frankee has moved from strength to strength, proving a wealth of talent that clearly bloom across his next few releases.
The announcement of his debut LP and worldwide tour, which included a show-stopping performance at Russias Pirate Radio Station, saw him return with another single to further raise the anticipation for his forthcoming album. Nobody Cares derives from the softly spoken rhythms which have helped to platform his diversity as an artist. Nobody Cares rolls out on carefully padded beats and strung out, diced up vocal melody. Frankee brings forward his softer elements, pushing them through a meticulously fashioned record. It provides the flipside to the darker side of his repertoire, made infamous by tracks like Gully and Pandorum. Frankee once again ensures he stays at the top of
his game, providing another step towards his greatest body of work yet.
Nobody Cares represents a part of the journey Frankee has taken, one which will result in another monumental album for Ram Records. Alongside the withstanding imprint, he’ll continue his path to with a continuously impressive musicality.