Draft:Franchise Monroe

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Franchise Monroe, born July 25, 1989 as Franshawn Nicole and raised in Hub City Compton, California. Monroe is diligent and zealous, quickly becoming known as one of Hip Hop’s sexiest down to earth female rapper with a mysterious classy sophisticated gangsta twist. Franchise has been singing and rapping ever since she could remember. By respecting the rules of the game and also writing her own music, this allows Franchise to shine on her own. Franchise comes forth with hard hitting production and a delivery that will make listeners enjoy with the volume turned all the way up. Inspired by artists such as Dr. Dre, Tupac, Biggie, Jay-Z, Easy E, Kendrick Lamar, Snoop, DJ Quik, Nipsey Hussle, MC Lite, Queen Latifah, Nina Simone, Josephine Baker and Lauryn Hill. Franchise Monroe deems herself unstoppable. There is no doubt this ambitious, focused, and extremely driven rap artist will take the game by storm. Franchise’s first official single “Backwood” will release summer of 2019. A current release of singles you can hear now are “Compton and Dedication”. You can find “Franchise Monroe” music on the following platforms: Tidal, Spotify, iTunes, and SoundCloud.

Highly educated Monroe attended and graduated from FIDM and Cal State University Dominguez Hills in Public administration, Mass Communication and Visual Communications.

Career[edit]

Franchise Monroe has had numerous placements both as features on records and in TV and film. Monroes' songs have been placed in various television shows on MTV, CBS, Oxygen, VH1, Showtime, BET and more.

Discography[edit]

  • Compton - Single (2019)
  • Dedication - Single (2019)


Music videos[edit]

Clipse “I'm Good” Supporting Role Columbia Records
Schoolboy Q “Lies” Supporting Role Top Dawg Entertainment

External links[edit]


Category:1989 births Category:Living people Category:American female rappers Category:Rappers from Los Angeles Category:21st-century American rappers Category:21st-century women musicians