MorValue Entertainment-backed standout Frank Knight delivers his visual for “Nikon Vision,” a remake of the popular “Icon” cut by Jaden Smith
As raw as his lyricism, the visual takes us to the essence of his creativity. Frank Knight meets all expectation as he flows effortlessly over the instrumental dropping his witty observations of what many call “pop culture.” Not one for a popularity contest, Frank Knight offers Hip Hop to those who have requested.
With the new year amongst us, Frank has also announced plans to follow up his Free Lunch debut with Est. 76, led by the smash single “IKno3.”
About Frank Knight
Born and raised in the hotbed borough, Kings County (Brooklyn, NY) Frank Knight is a self-determined creative living his passion as a Hip Hop lyricist and phenomenal performer respected both locally and abroad. His message of hope is evident in every bar as his charismatic personality continues to galvanize supporters of his rise from impoverished circumstances to his rightful standing as a premiere entity in culture today.
Known as Frank Knizza, his accolades to date include feature on The Source, Jack Thriller, That’s Enuff, while being afforded opportunity to be interviewed by Générations FM (France), Mouv’ Radio (France), First Mike Radio Show (France), Itch FM (London), Fubar Radio (London), Hot 97, Toca Tuesdays & Halftime Radio on Shade45’s Sirius XM station, Classic Storm Radio, Bushwick Radio, Voiceless Music Radio, Brooklyn College (On The Rise, The Scoop), City College (Underground Railroad) to name a few.
A four time nominee of the Voiceless Music Awards (winner of Best Airplay Song, Video of the Year) both centered on the impact of his single “Welcome to Brooklyn”. As an independent artist, Frank has toured domestically hitting the college trail and internationally in France, and the United Kingdom. His debut “Free Lunch” (2015) collaboration with ‘The Gonz’ has left an underground legacy while he works on the forthcoming release of the follow up “Est.76” which features his single, “I Kno3”
“Est.76 is about my journey as a boy learning to become a man after the free lunch days.”
– Frank Knight
Frank Knight has shared the stage with: Immortal Technique, Talib Kweli, Parish Smith of EPMD, The Beatnuts, Diabolic, Termanology, Nitty Scott, Kool Keith, Keith Murray, Onyx, Slum Village, Showbiz & A.G.,Lord Finesse,Cappadonna, Brand Nubian, Smif-N-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Illa Ghee, Math Hoffa, Skyzoo and more.
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