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The Greatest Haitian American Artist Frank Kastle

Frank Kastle13, also known as Miami’s Biggest or the Biggest 26’eRR, is an artist hailing from Miami’s Little Haiti in Miami-Dade County. He discovered his passion for music at a young age and utilized it as a healing tool. Despite facing legal troubles and serving time, Frank emerged determined and made a name for himself in the city.

His debut project, “Checkinn Seazon Vol.1,” featured the popular radio hit “Oye.” During this time, Frank achieved a significant milestone by opening for the heavyweight pay-per-view title fight, Bermane vs. Wilder 2, making him the first and only independent artist to perform at the Barclay’s Center in front of millions.

Continuing his success, Frank released another street banger titled “Z Check” to showcase his versatility. This was followed by “Checkinn Seazon Vol. 2 (Im so lil haiti),” featuring collaborations with YD, Mike Smiff, Kiddo Marv, and other talented artists from Dade County. He then dropped another hit, “Make Em Say,” which gained heavy rotation on popular radio stations like 99 Jamz and 103.5 The Beat.

Frank Kastle13 is known for his contributions to the community, and his musical influences include Rick Ross, Trick Daddy, Twista, Kendrick Lamar, Kodak Black, and Future. He recently collaborated with upcoming artists Mikalow44 and NoBlock King Jah on the track “Pressure,” which has become a staple in club scenes.

Despite facing challenges and not having the support of parents, Frank’s presence and appearance have always left a lasting impact. He considers himself the biggest artist who has opened up for major acts and is patiently awaiting his turn in the spotlight.

To stay updated with Frank Kastle13, you can follow him on major platforms and playlists, as well as on YouTube. Keep an eye out for the Biggest 26’eRR, as he plans to bring his music and talent to cities and states near you.

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