‘Handle it’ is one of three all-English tracks on the Dutch artist’s upcoming album ‘Highest’, which prove Frenna’s taste-making lyrics transcend beyond the Dutch language. Frenna, who surpassed 1 billion streams in 2020, is racing towards global appeal with multiple international features on ‘Highest’, including Yemi Alade. Alade has been a long-time star throughout West Africa and saw international breakthroughs thanks to her two contributions to Beyoncé’s latest album ‘The Lion King: The Gift’ and her appearance in the accompanying film ‘Black Is King’.
The music video, which was directed by Caio Silva, showcases Frenna and Yemi Alade’s artistic chemistry combined with an appalling backdrop and energetic local dancers, and can be viewed here at 17:00 CET.
The single ‘Handle It’ is available everywhere starting today, Friday, March 12th.
Singer, rapper, member of Dutch formation SFB, event organizer, and label owner Frenna belongs to the top of the Dutch scene and has already touched many milestones in his relatively short musical career. Frenna has scored several number one hits and has managed to achieve platinum status with both his third album ‘Francis’ and fourth solo album ”t Album Onderweg Naar ‘Het Album” in a short amount of time. In 2018 Frenna also broke the until then established Spotify record for most streams in twenty-four hours with the single ‘Verleden Tijd’, together with fellow artist Lil’ Kleine. The song uninterruptedly ranked number one in the Dutch charts for six weeks. At the end of 2019, he set a new record: at that point, his music had already been streamed more than 325 million times, and this milestone earned him the title of the most streamed Dutch Spotify artist. Then, in July of 2020, Frenna received a unique award recognizing 1 billion streams across all streaming platforms received on his music and projects he was featured on.