With 15 years in the music industry Frankie Biggz has proved to be one of the most promising up and coming Record Producers by design today.
With three platinum records and 6 gold records under his belt, he has become a perminate fixture in the Detroit Music scene by gaining the respect of such heavy weights as Eminem, Sara Stokes (Making the Band, MTV) and Puff Daddy himself.
Hailing out of Monroe Michigan just 20 minutes south of Detroit, Frankie Biggz busted in to the scene in 89 when his older brother Miguel Tomas was signed to the Warner Bros label as a solo artist, it was then the record executives noticed his production skills at the young age of 16, and by 17 he, his brother, and best friend Rob Hilliard were awarded there first Gold Record and two Grammy Nominations for Sony Latin Recording Artist YURI.
As of recently Frankie has been awarded with a Latin Grammy for his work as a producer in Oscar D'Leon album "Fuzionando" and now holds four more nominations both in American and Latin Grammys. He was signed to a recording deal for his short lived group "BNW" on Talent Beach/Universal Records and holds a publishing deal with T.B.P/Sony Music.
Much to his credit, Frankie has been very active in the remix game by producing both official and unofficial remixes for Mariah Carey, Kanye West, Eminem, 50Cent, and Britney Spears to name a few in the US market, as for the Canadian one he was co-producer for such Canadian heavy hitters like Velvet Box's number 1 hit song "SEX" (the remix) and Canada's own world touring group "Last Supper".
The rest is Platinum history. Experience the designer named producer that is Frankie Biggz.
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