Frank Leone - BUMP in the NIGHT

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Frank Leone
Album:
#EnterWILD

The phrase “things that go BUMP in the Night” typically conjures up images of ghosts, werewolves and other imaginary monsters. The dangers Chi-town spitter (and recent freestyle alum) Frank Leone describes on his new record by that title, however, are all too real. On this joint, single number two off his next street release, the unsigned buzzmaker vividly evokes the precarity of life for many Windy City youths. Over his own beat, a synth arrangement with a hazy, nocturnal vibe, he spits, “Burner on the oven, murder over nothing / Kids in the cribs getting murdered over nothing.” In addition to simply being a dope listen, BUMP is intended to spark a wider conversation; the artist invites anyone whose life has been affected by Chicago street violence to Tweet their experiences accompanied by the hashtag “#BUMPintheNIGHT,” and let their voices be heard. Forthcoming mixtape #EnterWILD as yet lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the project as further details emerge.

Frank Leone IndieLyrical

Written by
Posted 2 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Frank Leone

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Anderson .Paak’s 13-Year Story of Struggle to Stardom is Your Daily Inspiration

Anyone fighting to make their dreams come true in the face of an uncaring world needs to hear .Paak's story. Read More
Posted 19 hours ago by Nathan S.

Rob Stone’s Putting San Diego on the Hip-Hop Map

San Diego's never had a rapper truly hit the national stage, Rob Stone's determined to be the first. Read More
Posted about 21 hours ago by Nathan S.

I Can’t Look Away From Kanye West’s New “Wolves” Video

"Famous" felt like a publicity stunt, but Yeezy's new "Wolves" video is pure visual creativity. Read More
Posted 22 hours ago by Nathan S.

Fetty Wap Visits Fan With Cancer, It’s Bigger Than Hip-Hop

It's easy to dismiss some artists as shallow, but rappers like Fetty Wap are helping brighten the days of their most challenged fans. Read More
Posted 22 hours ago by William E. Ketchum III

Jay Z Got on Fat Joe’s “All The Way Up (Remix)” Because of Memphis Bleek

How Memphis Bleek helped end a feud, connect Joe and Jay and create one of rap's biggest moments of the year. Read More
Posted one day ago by William E. Ketchum III
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.