#Englishfrank the brixton rapper who came to fame through youtube media channel freestyles and music videos in short space of time worked with the likes of Big narstie, Akala ,Mic righteous ,Sneakbo , Mike glc .Don strapzy and Young spray . He had been rapping from a young age but admits never hearing a english accent rapper until he was 15 years old there are early tracks with him and mic righteous . frank was 21 nd mic was 17 years old . He was a very rare english lad with a old skool cockney, characteristics who didnt immitate a jamacan yardie accent. but was respected by his peers in the culture of brixton hip hop and grime for his authentic delivery and consious bars . becoming a viral hit with 5,7 million views on his sbtv debut in 2011 He called people out on their portrayed gangster persona in this masterclass of lyricism . He was soon being offered film roles starring in film 'Offender' in 2012 a gunslinger production distributed by revolver films it had a budget of 2million . Critics were not kind to franks first movie outing ,with him being described as a wooden by one blogger. this didnt put frank off by any means he was working on his debut album frankenstien and arranging his own hip hop event, called 'hip hop ain't dead' in the jam @brixton with a headline act of Akala and artist such as Rodney p, Black the ripper, Logic , Raga zulu bones, Mic righteous. in febuary 2013 . This is the untold story of the english frank created by #scarcitystudios a original documentary narrated and edited by Ben Emerson and gully for scarcitystudios youtube channel and website scarcitystudios.co.uk twitter.com/scarcitystudios instagram.com/scarcitystudios soundcloud.com/scarcitystudios for bookings ,interviews,stories or to feature your music visit website Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.