Kalan.frfr and his label, First Class Entertainment, have signed a partnership with Roc Nation. He’ll join J. Cole, Rihanna, Jaden, Vic Mensa, and Rapsody. Co-Presidents of Roc Nation said “Kalan gives you star power upon walking in the door. He commands a room, studio, and/or stage! Signing him was a no-brainer for us!”
Compton native Kalan.frfr is now the newest artist to sign to Roc Nation. With an ability to effortlessly switch from auto-tuned melodies to straight-up spitting bars, Kalan is a promising young addition to the Roc Nation roster. Kalan and his label, First Class Entertainment, have signed a partnership with Roc Nation. He’ll join J. Cole, Rihanna, Jaden, Vic Mensa, Rapsody, and of course, Jay-Z. Not a bad list to be accompanied with.
Upon the announcement of the signing, Co-Presidents of Roc Nation, Shari Bryant, and Omar Grant said this in a statement, “Kalan gives you star power upon walking in the door. He commands a room, studio, and/or stage! Signing him was a no-brainer for us!”
Kalan took to IG and posted this.
Kalan.frfr has been building a solid buzz since 2018. With projects like “Hurt” and “Two Fr,” showcasing his versatility. On “Hurt,” he expresses deep pain from a past relationship. And “Two Fr” is where he forgets his pain completely and turns up. Since then, he released “Leak Tape” in 2019 and an array of singles and music videos throughout 2020, including “Scoring,” and “Get In,” (feat. Stunna 4 Vegas), which will appear on his upcoming album.
Along with his major Roc Nation announcement Kalan.frfr released the cover art for his upcoming debut album “Two Fr 2.” Which is set to be released on March 12th. Along with a new single, “No Love,” feat. Mozzy & Cypress Moreno.
It seems that Kalan.frfr’s dreams are becoming for real for real. Stay connected to DaCultureReport for more hip-hop news.
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Grant Boyer is a hip hop head at heart from Chicago, IL. Some of his all-time favorite artists are J. Cole, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, and Biggie. When he’s not writing, he’s playing his Nintendo Switch, watching Seinfeld reruns, and collecting vinyl and cool hip hop collectibles. The coolest hip hop collectible he owns is an original Jay-Z Dead Presidents cassette from 1995. He’s also wondering if anybody has a working cassette player he can borrow.