Frak is a rapper from the Bay Area. A songwriter, battle rapper, producer, comedian, and music video director, Frak's art is intersectional between all these mediums. His album B-List Celebrities came out on Bay Area Legend Zion I's imprint on Empire Records, and his musical overall has totalled over a million streams & views across platforms. He has performed on BET, MTV, Team Backpack, and played music festivals such as Hiero Day and Electric Forest. His music has been featured in a Doritos ad that aired during the 2020 NFL opener and has played during the Warriors playoff run at Oracle Arena. 

Known for his freestyle skills, Frak started at 15 as the Bay Area MC Olympics champion, and since has been battling from Canada to the UK at events like Tourettes without Regrets and King of the Dot. Recently, he's battled West Coast legends The Saurus & Dizaster, and continues his climb in the battle rap universe. The organization where he got his start, Youth Speaks, also gave him the opportunity to teach hip-hop writing and freestyling to underserved youth around the Bay for 3 years. 

Aside from music videos and skits, he also has worked making rap cartoons for Rhyme Combinator, creating political hip-hop animations that have over 20 million views on the web. He developed his own show series in the Bay Area, spotlighting local talent, and has opened for artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Anderson Paak, Doja Cat, Travis Scott, Zion I and Earth, Wind & Fire.