Frank Leone ft. Monster Mike - MONSTERS

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Frank Leone
Album:
Enter Wild

As you binge on candy and try to scare yourself silly tonight, forget Jason, Freddy and Dracula. All you really need to get spooked is this freshly-released video single from Chi-Town emcee/producer Frank Leone. The visuals for MONSTERS, directed by Pete Campbell and Frank himself, set the tone. Their chilling imagery feels like a cross between Saw and The Blair Witch Project. The haunting video is only the beginning, though. Frank’s croaking beat, featuring a plethora of ominous samples ranging from The Phantom of the Opera to Nicki Minaj, is like that spooky sound you hear in the middle of the night; you shouldn’t investigate, but you can’t seem to ignore it. Frank, with a cutting, striking flow, and guest emcee Monster Mike, with his crawling flow, add yet another layer of grime to this gruesome cut. MONSTERS will appear on Frank’s 2014 album, Enter Wild. Additionally, fans can look forward to his participation in the return of the DJBooth Freestyle Series.

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