Shaun Frank

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About Shaun Frank

Producer and multi-instrumentalist Shaun Frank injects his electronic dance productions with emotional depth, infectious pop melodies, and groovy four-on-the-floor rhythms. • Before making it big as an electronic music producer, Frank opened for rock legends Kiss as the lead singer of alt-rock band The Envy. (Kiss bassist Gene Simmons even signed The Envy to his label.) Frank also sang on Carl Nunes and Jake Shanahan’s 2013 EDM single “We Are.” • In 2014, he released his first original single “This Could Be Love,” a collaboration with American DJ and producer Borgeous and Canadian singer Delaney Jane. The airy, romantic house tune charted in Belgium. • “This Could Be Love” was the start of a close partnership with Delaney Jane. The friends have released more than 10 collaborations, including original singles, remixes, and shared production credits on other artists’ releases. • In 2016, Frank cowrote The Chainsmokers’ record-breaking pop crossover “Closer.” It became the first song to spend 26 weeks in the Top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100. • Frank has since worked as a cowriter and producer on other cross-genre collabs, including three tracks on The Chainsmokers’ 2018 album Sick Boy and Tiësto’s 2020 Snoop Dogg collaboration “On My California.”

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
June 7, 1982

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