Introducing F-Zero and his latest single 'What Love Can Do' OUT NOW
With a number of records and mixtapes already to his name, South London native F-Zero today unveils his newest single, titled “What Love Can Do”
With a number of records and mixtapes already to his name, South London native F-Zero today unveils his newest single, titled “What Love Can Do”. The Frostman’s latest release is another ingenious mélange of Grime, Electronic, Dance and Dubstep sounds, whilst also discussing issues, emotions and reflections of “What Love Can Do”. The brand new release is a follow on release from F-Zero’s Ground Zero mixtape.
F-Zero musical story began when he first started making music at the age of 12. The talented emcee notes key childhood musical influencers as: Nas, Jay z, Missy Elliot, Timbaland, Ginuwine Aaliyah, Big pun, and a long list of off hip hop / rnb musicians.
Frostman’s (F-Zero) first “serious” musical moves came at the age of 16 when he decided to join music 'crew' Flame Syndicate. The crew included a number of talented emcees, DJs and producers, all sharing the same passion for creating music. Grime artist Lowdeep was part of Flame Syndicate, and has since become one of the biggest underground producers at the time ‘Grime’ was at its peak.
Moving forward, F-Zero seeks to further his reputation during the remainder of 2013 but with wider aspirations for 2014 in sight. Having already appeared on radio stations, including BBC’s 1xtra, BBC Merseyside, noise FM and ontop FM, F-Zero hopes to build on the already positive reception he’s received so far. This year has seen F-Zero record a number of well received net video, featuring on Lab TV, whilst also releasing his latest mixtape, Ground Zero.
F-Zero has previously done sets with industry heavyweights, including Roll Deep, SLK and has even featured on exclusive freestyle tracks as Tinie Tempah and Chipmunk, (Hidden Chamber, Jago, Conquest, Mission Riddim etc).
Building on from his first solo mixtape titled, Ice Age Vol 1, F-Zero has gone on to appear a number of compilation CDs, including Rep your Manor, The Lab Volume 1 and more. Other showcase opportunities have included features on Lowdeeps album ‘Unsung’, alongside artists like Kano, Ruff Squad (Tinchy Strider), Scorcher.
Flame Syndicate – Fire In The Hole 2005
Frostman – Ice Age Vol. 1 2007
Ground Zero - 2013
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