Born and raised in New York City’s very own Chelsea Elliot projects in the lower westside section of Manhattan comes an underground artist with incredible lyrical wordplay,and story telling ablilty his name is “Frank Castle”. Coming from a Hispanic family of Puerto Rican heritage, Castle always had an interest in hip-hop. At an early age, around six years old by listening to “Crossroads” by Bone Thugz N Harmony, Rakim’s “I Ain’t No Joke” & Kool G Rap’s “Men At Work” for the first time which branched off to be inspired by other artist such as ‘Big Pun, Notorious B.I.G., Big L, 2pac and also Nas”. When Media Famous asked Frank Castle to best describe his song with the legendary Kool G Rap he said “The song is basically two great emcees displaying their lyrical prowess and knowledge to the world based on their experiences and the art of emceeing on this new generation of rappers hence the name of the song the “Daily Word” like a newspaper telling everyone to listen up here’s the daily word of this rap shit.”
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I'm Wanja, founder of IstillLoveHER. I found a way to make Hip Hop my full time job and am not going back. I'm also kind of a hippie, looks can be deceiving!