Surrounded by supportive friends, the 26 year old Chicago rapper established his first rap
group called “365” in 2014, in college at The University of Wisconsin. Frank ?Vibes joined
a fraternity which pledges and brothers helped promote his music all over campus which
resulted in his first live performance being sold out. Imagine performing for the first
time to a sold out arena? Frank Vibes stated that the first performance was intense.
Mr. Vibes quickly learned that day that he performs best under pressure.
In 2022 Frank Vibes is all in, fully dedicated and fully committed to this life of making
music. He already is his own label, A&R manager, video editor, engineer, and producer.
“Everything I’ve learned was self-taught,” says Vibes.
His biggest rap inspiration is “Big L” and Vibes likes and simulates how Big L structured his
rap verses and album stories. “Lifestyles of da poor and dangerous,” is one of the best rap
albums of all time. “In addition to Big L, my family inspires me the most, my parents, and
my two eldest brothers, “Phillip” and “Phelan,” says Vibes. His eldest brother taught him
about rap and introduced him to rap music and showed him how to put on paper what was in
his head. Primarily Mr. Vibes just wants to entertain. His favorite producers are,
“Wilderness,” SHURIK 808, and Phyzical. When asked who his dream feature would
be with Vibes responded “J.Cole, of course,” but he’d love to be an opener
for “Kendrick,” “Denzel Curry,” “Rico Nasty,” and “Mick Jenkins.”
Vibes has a mixed tape out now called “The Black Urameshi” and can be found on Soundcloud at
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