While captivating, lyrically-conscious rappers come few and far between, newcomer Frank Ramz shows that he's got a knack for providing music with clever lyrics that actually does hold your attention from start to finish. Just in time for Black History Month, Ramz released his first visual for the song "Icons," a deep, thought-provoking record that showcases his ill flow. The Bronx emcee calls out the materialistic and superficial nature of hip-hop and makes some pretty accurate points about how fans perceive fame. The video was shot and edited by Qu'ality, and self-directed by Frank. Watch it below.
The Charlie Hilton-produced single is the first off Frank's upcoming EP, *Medicine Filled Candy*. Frank's second single, "Bad to the Bone," is scheduled to drop on February 18.