Tue. Aug. 03, 2021

FrankStar feat. Louise Browne – Follow Me

Single Of The Week: Frankstar feat. Louise Browne – Follow Me (Original Mix) (HSR Records)

‘Follow Me’. How could we ever resist to the appeal of such an invitation? From the very first note, you find yourself caught up by the melody and the smoothness of this jam. There’s something of Def Mix here somehow. With producer Frank Blythe layering caressing keys and strings on a chilling intro. Then turning the whole into a classy rumbling bass-driven joint. Meanwhile Louise Browne‘s delicate performance stands as the icing on the cake.

‘Follow Me’ comes up as an ideal soundtrack to celebrate the arrival of the Spring…
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– Hailing from the North East of England – he lives in Middlesbrough – Frank Blythe aka FrankStar has been producing Dance Music for around 15 years.
A writer, producer and label owner of 4th Quarter Music, FrankStar has rapidly become synonymous with British quality House Music. He has worked and collaborated with singers and producers from around the world. From Kym Sims to Sterling Void. Not to mention Charles Cooper, Dawn Souluvn Williams or Darian Crouse to name a few.

Influences come from his love of 70’s Disco and Soul and R&B from the the 80’s and 90’s. A self taught musician and producer Blythe continues to learn and develop his craft with every project.

– Based in London, Louise Browne is a multi-talented artist. She started her career in her teenage years at Stage coach Drama school. Meanwhile regularly attending auditions for The National Youth Theatre in London.

An aspiring model, but also a singer and a producer, Louise has had vocally training by Stevie Lange. A vocalist who eventually collaborated with artists such as Robbie Williams and Paul Young. Besides, she owes a lot to producer Jeff Dewhirst who helped her developing her songwriting skills. Together, they wrote and showcased many songs in various bands.

Louise now writes and produces her own music, ranging from vibes she describes as Melodic Pop to R&B and Dance. Even though one could hear her venturing into other genres such as Progressive, Electronica or House Music.

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