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Proving that beef songs aren’t exclusive to rap music, Staten Island pop/R&B singer Frankee hit the scene in 2004 with "F.U.R.B. (FU Right Back)," in retaliation to ex-boyfriend-turned-star Eamon's "F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)." Though neither song is extraordinarily original, her ex pretty much made his career off of it and it's obvious she hopes to do the same. Flaunting a calculated, crossover-ready "urban" sound thanks to glossy production from the Trackmasters among others, Frankee dropped her debut album The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" in the summer of 2004

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Proving that beef songs aren’t exclusive to rap music, Staten Island pop/R&B singer Frankee hit the scene in 2004 with "F.U.R.B. (FU Right Back)," in retaliation to ex-boyfriend-turned-star Eamon's "F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)." Though neither song is extraordinarily original, her ex pretty much made his career off of it and it's obvious she hopes to do the same. Flaunting a calculated, crossover-ready "urban" sound thanks to glossy production from the Trackmasters among others, Frankee dropped her debut album The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" in the summer of 2004

About Frankee

Proving that beef songs aren’t exclusive to rap music, Staten Island pop/R&B singer Frankee hit the scene in 2004 with "F.U.R.B. (FU Right Back)," in retaliation to ex-boyfriend-turned-star Eamon's "F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)." Though neither song is extraordinarily original, her ex pretty much made his career off of it and it's obvious she hopes to do the same. Flaunting a calculated, crossover-ready "urban" sound thanks to glossy production from the Trackmasters among others, Frankee dropped her debut album The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" in the summer of 2004

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About Frankee

Proving that beef songs aren’t exclusive to rap music, Staten Island pop/R&B singer Frankee hit the scene in 2004 with "F.U.R.B. (FU Right Back)," in retaliation to ex-boyfriend-turned-star Eamon's "F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)." Though neither song is extraordinarily original, her ex pretty much made his career off of it and it's obvious she hopes to do the same. Flaunting a calculated, crossover-ready "urban" sound thanks to glossy production from the Trackmasters among others, Frankee dropped her debut album The Good, The Bad, The Ugly" in the summer of 2004

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