- Number on the Boards (Freestyle)
- Bottles Of Henny-ObnoXious Frank Ft Phillip Walker
- Bottles of Henny Feat. Phillip Walker
- Diamonds (Obnox Freestyle)
Born and raised in Harlem, NY during Hip-Hops rising Golden years. Obnoxious Frank was introduce to the Hip-Hop genre at a young age. A fan to the music he always recited lyrics as a young boy from artists such as Snoop Dogg, Biggie smalls, Tupac, Juvenile, and Harlem's owns Murda Mase, Big L and Cam'ron. With his witty punch lines, melodic flow and smooth delivery he brings a blend of old school and new school hip-hop. "Frank" received his nickname for his reputation in his area, and Christopher Walken's character "Frank White" In the early 90's movie King of NY. The obnoxious came from his high fashion sensed style. A fan to urban street wear but also loved the high fashion clothes you wouldn't normally see in the streets. He would wear whatever he wanted not caring what anyone said and always standing out. A musician from a young age he learned to play string instruments such as the violin, bass and cello while in elementary school. He took up the hobby for about 4 years. His first try at rapping his own lyrics was when he was eight years old. He used to play instrumentals in his house and freestyle from what he looked at. He let go the music for years then decided to pick it back up after he finished college. With motivation from his younger brother who encouraged him and told him he had the talent he practiced and started hitting the studio. With his first project "Obnoxious Fiction" still in the works the NY emcee hopes to make his presence known in the music industry and show the world how Obnoxious he can really be.