Mississippi’s Emerging Rap Star Frank Stylez Teams Up With Viral Sensation Omeretta For ‘Do You Love’ Music Video
Mississippi rap artist Frank Stylez shares the music video for his new single “Do You Love,” premiered (7/23/2018) by RESPECT Magazine.
Produced by DrumDummie and featuring guest vocals from new viral sensation Omeretta The Great, “Do You Love” is a song that navigates forms of intimacy and “real love” in a materialistic society. “With society pressing women to be so focused on material things right now it’s often hard to know if she really loves you,” says Frank of the song.
Watch “Do You Love”
Link to premiere of “Do You Love” on RESPECT
More about Frank Stylez
Natchez, Mississippi native Frank Stylez (born Frank James Lyles Jr.) delivers a versatile sound that redefines the genres of rap and r&b. Inspired by southern hip hop greats during his high school days, Frank’s current work harks back to the staying power of Cash Money‘s Hot Boyz.
Signed to his own Golden Minds Empire record label, Frank quickly built a considerable buzz in his hometown and region with his creative and harmonizing delivery. He’s collaborated with the likes of JBuc da Producer (credits include Lil Webbie and Kevin Gates), and recently dropped a new mixtape titled Now Or Never.
Frank’s primary goal is to share his story and testimony through his music with people all over the world. His path to stardom hasn’t necessarily been typical for the everyday rapper, though.
Frank initially started making music to cope with his struggles at home, and the lack of opportunity available to him in his hometown.
He went on to college to be on the drumline of one of the best SWAC bands, at Alcorn State University. He dropped out of college early on to start working at the Angola prison due to financial struggles, but went to truck driving school soon after. Frank eventually saved enough money to buy his own truck and started his a truck company that currently transports material goods like lumber, etc.
“This music is just one of my many ways of righting my wrongs I’ve put out in the universe. I figure if I can get my music into the ears of people who have gone through or are going through what I’ve been through then that’s one victory for many. I want to represent unity… My story is overcoming adversity and pushing through. My testimony is coming out on top.” – Frank Stylez