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Franc Grams – Down For Me ft. Craigy F [Video] Prod. Lando Beats

February 9, 2015 by


A little over a month ago, Franc Grams brought you The Premonition. Now, as his Game assisted single “Power of the Dollar” gains traction on the radio, we present to you the video for his track “Down For Me” featuring Craigy F.

Franc Grams – The Premonition [Album]

January 1, 2015 by


Ready to prove himself Grams explains, “I’m here and here to to stay. Over 40 releases this year and two albums. My work ethic can’t be in question… neither can quality.” Words that hold weight, as proven by the 15-track effort — featuring Game, Trae Tha Truth, Jus Cuz and more.

Franc Grams – Power Of The Dollar ft. The Game [Song]

December 19, 2014 by


Since bursting onto the scene, Connecticut spitter Fran Grams has shown a hunger that is already turning heads. With his upcoming The Premonition project due this month, he’s released a string of heat including the Trae Tha Truth assisted “Deadly Sins.” Keeping up the grind, he’s linked up with Compton’s own The Game and Jus Cuz, for a Joe Milly produced track titled “Power of the Dollar.”

Franc Grams – Bigger Than Me (Freestyle) [Song]

September 27, 2014 by


With the release of Franc Grams‘ forthcoming project The Premonition right around the corner, Grams clears his mind over The Game’s name dropping “Bigger Than Me” record. This is Grams’ first freestyle since August’s warmly-received “Premonition Freestyle.”

Franc Grams – All I Know ft. Anny Jules [Song]

June 29, 2014 by


Franc Grams shows no signs of handing over the summer as #FrancGramsFridays extends another week with a brand new cut “All I know” featuring Anny Jules. Franc Grams’ latest album Lets Start Over is available now on iTunes.

Franc Grams – Connecticut [Song]

July 13, 2013 by


Connecticut’s own Franc Grams & Apathy team up to bring forth CT’s new-anthem. Apathy tosses up the perfect alley-oop, by providing a very old school, soulful, classic boom-bap feel on the production and Franc finishes by painting a lyrically descriptive visual of his home state; shouting out specific towns, clubs, events, the local radio station, […]