2. Where are you from?
3. What is your Label?
"Wapikiya Records LLC."
4. What are some of your upcoming projects?
ALBUMS: "Cruzin’ In The NorthWest" featuring artists such as Freeway, Illmaculate, and Cool Nutz, "FRODIE" (Self-Titled) and also “Frodie - A Tribute To Montana".
MIXTAPES: Frodie And Friends Vol 2 featuring more than 30 various artists. (Double Disc)
NEW BEATS: An array of new beats produced by Frodie Beats.
5. What sites can we find you on?
Websites: FrodieWapikiya.Com , WapikiyaRecords.Com
Music: ReverbNation-(reverbnation.com/frodiewapikiya), Soundcloud-(soundcloud.com/frodie-wapikiya)
Datpiff, Itunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify, XBOX Live or any other main digital outlet.
Social Networks: Facebook (facebook.com/frodiemusic), Twitter (twitter.com/frodiewapikiya), Instagam (@frodiewapikiya), LinkedIn, Tumblr.
6. How long have you been in the music industry?
"I have been working on my craft for over 10 years. My label (Wapikiya Records LLC) has been an official business since 2009. "
7.What is your favorite track from Axiom Vol.2?
"Well, there are only 3 main tracks on the Ep, so I would say all of ‘em - lol. However, if I had to choose one I would probably say "What It Seems". I just felt like Brian Meyers and I were on point with that track."
8. Being from the 406, where do you put yourself in the ranks of rappers?
"I really try to not put myself in a rank or to compete with anyone anymore. I simply want to create good music, and I do my best to market it so that people can hear it, hear me, and hear my story. To answer the question though, I feel like I am not at the top of the game, but definitely do not see myself at the bottom either."
9.You just got a tour vehicle, so what is your plan for touring?
"I’m hoping to have a NorthWest tour planned for fall 2015."
10.How many albums have you engineered as Jeff Harmon?
"Man, Thats a tough question! I'd say close to 40, with about 25 of them being Frodie projects. More details about my work can be found at frodiewapikiya.com."
"Once again, not enough space to cover them all. Really, I would say "SHOUT-OUT" to every artist I have ever worked with, and to all the ones who came before me. I have gained something from every one of them in some way. Mostly, I'd like to say thanks to my family; to my mom and dad for letting me run a studio out of their house, to my girlfriend and my kids for all the support and inspiration they give me, to my grandmother Darlene for the tour vehicle, and to my grandmother Cecelia (God rest her soul), because without her and my father none of this would ever have been possible. I would also like to shout-out every fan that has been around and stuck around! They keep the fire lit to keep me pushing and going strong!
^ Click Cover ^ “ On his new album, Petals of a Rose, Frodie finds a million different adages and metaphors—including the rose—to tell us life's too short. Here's the thing: The rose as a metaphor has withered. It's been plucked. It has faded. Let's mulch it once and for all. (Okay, I'm done.) The album also brims with sayings like "Never give up" and "Time is precious" that really belong framed on some depressed accountant's office wall, not on a rap album. That said, the Missoula rapper from Wapikiya Records is talented, without a doubt. Sifting through some of the tired phrases, you'll find smart details about spring water journeying through the Rocky Mountains, milk and cookies, pot and Jesus. Instead of b.s.ing his way through stories about glocks and millionaire parties, Frodie embraces Montana, and that's what makes him feel real. It helps that he can spit out lyrics with speed and grace, too. Missoula Independent
“The Sky is the Limit, I've never been big on hip-hop that's heavy on bragging, smack talking or discussing money and partying. I usually gravitate toward artists like Busdriver or El-P, rappers who blaze their own trail by spitting tangled rhymes on a host of heady topics. That said, the newest comp from Missoula's Wapikiya Records borrows a bit from braggadocio-styled rap, but expands its reach into lyrical themes beyond the genre's norm. It's a refreshing change from their previous release, especially on cuts like "Yes We Can" and "No More Poverty," both of which weave themes of societal unity and social justice with club-friendly beats. The label also veers into love on "Hate to See You Away" and set their sights on ambition with "Sweet Dreams." Wapikiya's roster of MCs, including Frodie, Overtime, Pallas and others, splits rapping styles between straight rhymes to double-time Bone Thugs and Harmony-esque flows.” Missoula Independent