Franskiiz is a 19-year-old singer, songwriter, producer, and engineer. He is an emerging artist who has been making a name for himself in LA and online. Born and raised in the heart of Hawai’i, Franskiiz’s parents introduced him to music at a very young age.
Franskiiz AKA Gora
By the age of five, Franskiiz had already taken on classical training, primarily focusing on the violin and piano. These early developed skills have allowed him to consistently showcase his musical talent and versatility. Showcased with tracks like “Dumb Love,” “Play These Games,” and “San Andreas.” With his unique musical style and lyrical content, fans will always be left guessing with how his next song might sound.
On Monday, February 25th, Los Angeles based artist Franskiiz put out his new level-up banger, “Shy.” Franskiiz wrote and produced the song himself. This upbeat track is an intriguing mix between something one could relax to, or turn up to at the function. “Shy” takes a modern/jazzy approach into today’s pop sound. It includes a twist of choppy synths, mixed with long-held pads and modern drum elements, and a catchy lyrical melody written with purposeful passion.
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The song tells the story of a man who is thrown-off by the intricacies of women. This track presents an excellent example of Franskiiz’s versatility as an artist and how his musical style separates himself from other up-and-coming artists.
The latest release from Franskiiz is only a small part of his successful music discography. After receiving positive feedback on his SoundCloud releases, at the age of 17, he released his debut EP, Young Love Vol. 1. This EP serves as the home to “San Andreas,” which is his most popular release to date. Love is at the core of Franskiiz’s musical identity, tapping into his deepest emotions on every track. His willingness to share this with the world is what makes his music so easy to latch on to.
While mainly staying in the realm of hip-hop and R&B, Franskiiz’s versatility allows him to float between genres freely. He continuously pushes the boundaries with every project he touches, leaving his end-game unknown.