Frankee Razor Brings That Weekend Feeling To New Pop/Rap Single And Video, ‘Today I’m Gonna Friday’

Frankee Razor is a pop songwriter and performer, who got his first big break when he was a young contestant on American Idol, making it to the final three. Back then he was still known as Justin Waddell, but, in his own words, “the market was saturated with Justins”, and so he went for something that would stand out more. It’s not been an easy ride for Frankee; although his talent brought him rapid success, it was matched with his inner struggles. Finally however, after several years of growth and self-exploration, Frankee is returning to the music world with his signature positive energy and good vibes.

Frankee’s new single, ‘Today I’m Gonna Friday’ is sure to strike a chord with many, and the track will definitely be a hit, bringing the Friday energy to any and every day of the week. With a chill beat, Frankee establishes his plan for keeping things low-key and making every day a celebration.

The music video for ‘Today I’m Gonna Friday’, directed by Jowan Carbin, sees Frankee dressed as a janitor, mopping up a sound stage. Suddenly, he realises it’s the best day of the week, and he comes to life, launching into a dance sequence worthy of a TikTok trend, accompanied by his co-star Kiya Cole, transitioning between his janitor outfit, flashy and stylish Friday clothes. ‘Today I’m Gonna Friday’ is definitely going to get you smiling and dancing along with Frankee Razor – any day or night of the week.

Watch the music video for ‘Today I’m Gonna Friday’ below, and find out more about Frankee Razor and his music online on his official website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Frankee Razor - Today I'm Gonna Friday (Official Music Video)

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