Brooklyn’s Frank B Returns from the Dead In “Frankenstein” Video

Ring in the spooky season with Brooklyn’s Frank B. and his horror-themed new video for “Frankenstein,” a Dame Grease-produced banger off the emcee’s long-awaited debut, Let Me B Frank.

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The visuals are directed by Olise Forel for Moving Silence, whose vision is a bloody concoction of hip-hop culture and all things Halloween-related. It takes place in what looks like a haunted—or at least morally dubious—hospital where the spirits of b-boys fill the hallways and recently deceased rappers (and hip-hop itself) make their way to the morgue. Frank himself isn’t exactly safe from harm either, though it looks like he may make it out of this one alive…

And it’s a good thing he does, because he is gearing up to release his much anticipated debut album, Let Me B Frank, soon. The Brooklynite has been teasing us with singles and videos for more than a year now, and he’s eager to share with us his long awaited debut effort, which includes guest appearances from Sticky Fingaz, Rock (Heltah Skeltah), Fame (M.O.P.), and more, and boasts production from the legendary Frankie Cutlass, as well as Gennessee, Cozmo, Max Perry, Joe Josh, Git Beats (who produced the majority of the tracks), and of course, Dame Grease.

Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support the track, which is available now through Frank’s family imprint, Nobel House, via EMPIRE Distribution.