Frank Vents Out His Feelings In Heart Felt Anthem “Ain’t Mine”
Ascending star emcee and R&B singer from the Bronx Frank releases a smooth new single, which bridges a fine line between emotional lyricism and sultry vocals with "Ain't Mine." Frank uses vivid wordplay accompanied by a softly and elegantly sung hook to curate a narrative about him getting over a woman who is not the best for him.
Throughout the single, he vents over, getting over his break up with his ex and recounts their old times. He credits her for turning him into a "heart-breaker," and now he finds peace in womanizing and enjoying parties with his close friends. A copacetic beat embellishes the single out, which gives the single a similar tone to one of his main influences, Drake's first projects, So Far Gone.
The single fits in perfectly with the generation Z and millennial mindset of a kind and loving relationship being hard to come by. In some instances, as Frank showcases throughout the track, it's better to single to find and understand yourself as a person entirely.
To go along with the single, a cinematic video directed by CHD Productions assimilates a perfect visual portrayal starting with a skit, which shows him face-time his girlfriend to break up with her before hitting a house party with his friends. Throughout the video, Frank uses the party to attempt to escape from the heartbreak from his relationship losing the passion it once had.