If music would be a sport, Fraasie would be a player in the premier league. Feeling for competition runs through his veins, and with Fraasie’s work ethic every production is a shot in the rose. According to Fraasie himself, making music is “one big experiment”, and he has zero problems with “moving through different genres”.

After his breakthrough with ‘Morocash’ with Ismo, Fraasie kept the machine in motion with ‘Slapend Rijk’ with Boef, ‘Pardon Doe Normaal’ with Supergaande en ‘Meli Meli’ with Ali B and Ronnie Flex. Millions of streams later is Fraasie hungrier than ever and ready for more. It is time for the artist Fraasie.

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