Los Angeles-based vocalist Frankie (born Frankie Miller) specializes in exuberant, dance-oriented pop. Drawing upon the influence of classic pop artists like Stevie Nicks, Joni Mitchell, and ABBA, as well as '90s artists of her youth like the Spice Girls, she released her debut EP Dreamstate in 2015. Her first full-length, STA7GES, arrived in 2019.
Raised in Oakland, California, Frankie began singing when she was three years old and by age ten had taught herself to play guitar and piano. Although she started writing songs in her teens, Frankie briefly studied psychology and theater in college before deciding to pursue a music career. That path kicked off with her debut EP Dreamstate, which featured the song "New Obsession." A steady stream of high-energy songs followed, including 2017's "Problems Problems," 2018's "You Decided," and 2019's "Lost in Translation." The latter pair of tracks appeared on STA7GES, which was based on Elisabeth Kubler-Ross' seven stages of grief.
In 2020, Frankie continued to roll out tracks, starting with "Home Alone." ~ Matt Collar