Frank Ray Drops Debut EP, ‘Getcha Some’
Up-and-coming artist Frank Ray recently released his debut EP, Getcha Some. The highly anticipated six-track project includes his Top 20 single, “Country’d Look Good…
Frank Ray; Photo by Joseph Llanes
The highly anticipated six-track project includes his Top 20 single, “Country’d Look Good On You,” which is still making its way up the charts.
In addition to his knack for music, Ray is bilingual and his catalog is representative of his fun personality and flair.
Getcha Some was entirely co-written by Ray and produced by Frank Rogers.
The title track originated from an experience personal to Ray; The singer/songwriter spent time at the police academy where he and other officers used the phrase “gotcha some” to refer to when you need more motivation or a burst of energy. They said this to keep each other motivated. This phrase has become a very important one in Ray’s life and is one he uses as a performer to up the crowd’s energy as well as a reminder to himself to leave everything he’s got up there on that stage.
“Getcha Some kind of feels like my introduction to the world so when putting this project together, I really wanted it to be representative of all of the facets of who I am—a family man, proud Hispanic, high-energy entertainer and a bit of a good time Charlie,” shares Frank Ray. “Most importantly, I wanted to create something that would make people smile. I can’t wait to share these songs with the world and soak in those moments with the crowd.”
In addition to releasing his EP, Ray revealed that he has another baby on the way.
Getcha Some Track Listing:
- “Streetlights” – Frank Ray, Bobby Hamrick and Frank Rogers
- “Country’d Look Good On You” – Frank Ray
- “Y’all Showed Up” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Bobby Hamrick, and Frank Rogers
- “Somebody Else’s Whiskey”—Frank Ray, Derek George, Frank Rogers
- “Late” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Bobby Hamrick and Frank Rogers.
- “Out On Me” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George and Frank Rogers