FRISCO

FRISCO

Deshane Cornwall, better known by his stage name Frisco, hails from Tottenham, North London and is a member of the Boy Better Know collective and CEO of The Den. Frisco first garnered attention after what can only be described as a legendary battle with Wiley in Ayia Napa, Cyprus in 2003. Frisco gained further recognition for his appearance in the Skepta produced “Private Caller”. In his 2006, he returned after a 12 month hiatus, releasing his first mixtape titled “Back 2 Da Lab Volume 1″, which was a great underground success and was followed by Volume 2 which, like Volume 1, was very well received. In the same year Frisco also battled Scorcher of the collective ‘The Movement’. The feud ended with both MC’s, as part of their respective crews, working together on numerous songs together. In the years that followed, Frisco continued to release great mixtapes in the form of Back 2 Da Lab Volume 3 and Volume 4, EP's such as Have That, Tear Drops, and his debut album, Fully Grown. Frisco's sound has taken him across the globe to perform in countries such as Cyprus, Crete, Ibiza, Zante, Netherlands, Jamaica, Paris, New York, Croatia and Denmark, just to name a few. 2012 saw Frisco embark on his first solo UK tour alongside fellow Boy Better Know patriot Jammer. After taking a short creative break, March 2014 saw Big Fris return with the critically acclaimed EP 'British Nights', which many regard as his best release thus far. Frisco recently launched his own clothing line and launched his monthly night 'The Den' at The Old Blue Last in London, which has seen a whole host of the best UK artist's perform at the event. This night has proved to be one of the most exciting and consistent Grime/UK hip hop nights in London and continues to grow. In April 2016, Frisco released a new album titled 'System Killer'.