Frass Blem

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Frass Blem, born Kimani D. Morgan on Feburary 4, 1990 in Kingston Jamaica is considered to be one of the best young artistes to ever grace 'Di College' aka North Street Giants aka the Light Blues St. George's College. He graduated from St. George's in 2007 and left in 2009 after completing two years of 6th form then he continued his studies at the University of the West Indies that same year. Considered to be a humble individual by most, Frass Blem had a love for music by age 7 where he would sing along to all the songs he heard on the radio and his mothers Bob Marley cassettes. He recalls spending the last of his lunch money to buy cd's where he often said, "music will full me belly". He is used to rhyming at school to the sound of beats made from pens and pencils beating on desk tops. Unlike most people he listens to what is considered old school music because he believes you have to know where you're coming from to know where your headed and he is the advocate for 'Good Music'. He has a style that has yet to have been discovered where he mixes his Jamaican flavor of Dancehall with American styles of Rap, he has dubbed this style "Neo-Dancehall", the new Dancehall. When he incorporates and combines genres of Dancehall and Rap, he considers this combination deadly. He raps, he sings, he deejays....he considers no aspect of music out of his reach. His lyrics are creative and witty, with a mellow vibe of music that can be listened to at anytime, anywhere. He truly is a talent to behold. A great gift that is never concerned with getting the "buss" but only cares about making good music that will never be forgotten. Follow on twitter: @FrassBlem

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