Songwriter, rapper, and producer Frandie introduces a new music video for “Slowly.” The dancehall track is a wondrous collaboration between Frandie, A. Slay, and N-amouR, exhibiting authenticity and top-tier musicality. The artists add their own magical touch to the song, charming masses with the perfectly executed song.
Written and produced by Frandie, “Slowly” is an effortless mix of Hip-Hop, RnB, dancehall, reggaeton, and rock. The urban rapper takes on a different vibe with this one. Instead of the usual heartbreaks, Frandie talks about romantic and happy moments in the relationship: ”I love everything about you but see/ Time just goes by way too fast/ And I want this moment to last/ And if we rush then it will pass/ Let’s break the hour glass/ Can we take it slowly?/ ‘Cause I don’t want you to go.”
Frandie will definitely widen his fanbase with “Slowly” music video and win over the public with its stunning visuals. Directed by Charlie Summers, the storyline follows a couple portrayed by Frandie and A. Slay, at a theme park, getting on the rides, and having a wonderful time together.
Frandie is deeply influenced by Eminem, Linkin Park, and Romeo Santos. The unique combination of styles and genres allows the versatile artist to seamlessly combine Hip-Hop beats with unconventional sounds.