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FRYENATION Delivers New Single, “Can’t Save Me” (Prod. Basedchink)


If you haven’t heard of D.C. artist FRYENATION, you will soon. The rising star has been delivering some crazy, hard-hitting cuts this past 12 months with the consistency you’d see from [insert your favorite emcee here].

Following fairly-recent releases “Don’t Move” (produced by Mark Henry) and the Paul McKinley-assisted “Money Moves,” FRYENATION returns with another banger titled “Can’t Save Me,” a dark, spacey number that sees production from Basedchick — the perfect soundscape for Frye’s rapid-fire bars. Expect this one to turn up the crowd whenever he touches the stage.

Check out FRYENATION’s “Can’t Save Me” below, along with a bio for those new to the movement. You can also check out more from him via his Spotify/all other streaming platforms.


Born and raised in the District of Columbia, Antione Lee Frye, other-known as FRYENATION , began his musical pursuit in his freshman year of high school in 2009 at the lunch time cyphers (as many famous MC’s before).

Over the course of the next 4 years, FRYENATION developed his own unique style within hip-hop, influenced by other double-time / “chopper” styles such as: Tech N9ne, Eminem, Busta Rhymes, and many more.

He released his first full-body project/mixtape “RESILIENCE” April 1st, 2016 in which, aside from 2 songs, was both self-recorded & engineered in his home’s basement. It consisted of 14 completely original tracks.

During that first week of its release in April, music from the tape captured attention from TRAPROCK’s own, Ethan Spalding, who then proceeded to make FRYE an official member of #TRF. Ironically, connecting him back to one of his old high school cypher mates, Paul McKinley.

Since then, FRYENATION has modeled for Grind Stone Universal and performing hype live shows in the DMV and beyond (including at Chris Webby’s tour stop in Hartford, CT with Zach Zubko). He’s also dropped a slew of new singles for the fans to enjoy.


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