The Come Up Show is proud to present, "Long Distance," the first release off Frank Douglas highly anticipated mixtape 100. If you've been following the progression of Frank Douglas, you already know that the homie puts in work. With a slew of banging mixtapes to his name, Douglas is looking to shake the game up with this latest offering. Connecting with DMV representatives AY, Flewn and Lex along with Xavier Jordan on the beat, it's safe to say that "Long Distance" is the triumphant return of Mr.100. When you come out the gates with a tune as heavy as this joint right here, the heads out there are sure to take notice. The Xaviver Jordan producers instrumental knocks you upside your head as The DMV boys hop on the tracks infectious hook. Frank is the first emcees on the beat, and lays down some bars that give the listeners some insight to the lifestyle Frank embraces; that big dog, fashion killer MAWlife ish. Frank is unapologetic on "Long Distance," shedding some light on the cats out there who can't keep it 100. When you truly are about that hiphop lifestyle, it's upsetting to see lesser emceess viewing themselves as equals. With the influx of rappers in the game today the listeners out here are looking for authenticity, creativity and energy. When you check out his body of work, Frank Douglas and his crew have always brought next level music to the table..."Long Distance" is no different. This track right here embodies that luxurious lifestyle that results from years of hard work. If you're in a lane of your own like Fank and company, the competition and haters simply can't afford to make the roaming chargers. Featuring artists such as Vatoz, Thoby G and Don Mulatto, it's safe to say that Frank has gone the extra distance ensuring that The 100 mixtape will be the next street classic. Frank Douglas does this hip hop thing for his his crew, his family and his daughter. If that's not keeping it 100 then i don't know what is. Be sure to check out the 100 mixtape first release, "Long Distance," and keep it locked for more developments on the project. As always, show some love in the comment section below.
Frank Douglas is at it again. Coming off the success of his collaborative project with Richie Dolo ,Shameless, Frank drops a solo project titled, Frank’s Ocean. The seven track project features guest appearances from Sese, Tyler Durand and Kidd Dreadd. I’ve been rocking Frank Douglas music for a while now, and it seems that each project dude drops just keeps on getting better and better. Be sure to check out Frank’s Ocean, and the video for the first track, “Put It In My Hand.”
Frank Douglas & Richie Dolo bring us another single from their latest mixtape Shameless. With another banger under their belt, these two emcees bring the fans a catchy up beat single, "Watch Me Now," produced by oz beatz. This track is one of my favorites off of the Shameless project. If you haven't had the chance to listen to the full mixtape,"Watch Me Now," is definitely a nice introduction to the Bell City Duo. Take in Frank and Richie's latest single, and be sure to go back and check the Shameless Project
Stainless Steal Records creator Jigz Crillz hooks with with producer Ill Kronik and director Frank Douglas for his latest video "DMNM" (Don't Matter No More). Crillz says the message for this video is to rise about the haters, stating,"This video is for everyone who was betrayed, don't let it hold you back- they don't matter no more." Crillz is preparing the release of his DMNM Humble Beginnings EP. As we wait for the EP's release, take in his latest video to get a better understanding of what talent Jigz brings to the table.
It’s finally here! Frank Douglas and Richie Dolo present the Shameless mixtape. The lines from track number two, “What I’ve Done” sums up the entire meaning behind Shameless - “You don’t gotta like me/You don’t gotta love me/ I only ask for one thing/ Just know what I’ve done.” Frank and Richie went into this project with the mindset of making music for their crew, not worrying about catering into current rap trends in order to pop. The end result to this mentality is a banger of a mixtape- no gimmicks, just real hip hop. Tracks such as “Blssd Boy” and “Shameless” give listeners insight into the duos “MAWLife” crew above all lifestyle. “Vroom” is another highlight off this project that brings listeners back to that old school hip-hop vibe as the two emcees trade bars back and forth exchanging witty rhymes, illustrating lyrical skill as well as swagger. This is a tape that you need to add into your summer play list- it’s packed full of bangers. Be sure to check out Shameless, and show Richie Dolo and Frank Douglas the love that this project deserves.