Platinum-selling R&B/Pop superstar Frankie J is finding great success with music lovers around the world. Priceless, Frankie's new album with Sony Records, is a worthy successor. Priceless was recorded in part in Houston's famed 7303 studios where Frankie J collaborated with a who's-who of hip-hop and urban writer/producers including Mannie Fresh (Juvenile, Big Tymers, Lil Wayne, Teena Marie), red-hot rapper Chamillionaire and his producers Play-N-Skillz ("Ridin'").
Frankie's "Priceless" voice comes alive on tracks like the album's first single, "That Girl," a smashing club track that shows how Frankie's range extends beyond crooning hot ballads. "That Girl" (produced by Mannie Fresh and featuring Chamillionaire) is currently burning up the nation's charts as one of the most added singles on radio across the country. "Everyone knows me as this balladeer guy," Frankie admits, "but now I can dance to my own song. It's an intro to a whole new world for me."
Among Frankie J's other partners on Priceless are Bryan Michael Cox and Adonis Stropshire (Jermaine Dupri, Jagged Edge, Chris Brown); and writer/producer Happy Perez ("Priceless," "Suga Suga" and "Obsession") on a pair of Frankie J-penned ballads ("Still" and "Daddy's Little Girl"). "If He Can't Be" -- written by Ryan Tedder (Missy Elliott, Timbaland) and produced by Mike Caran (Trick Daddy) -- even features a sample of Billy Idol's "Eyes Without a Face." Priceless also finds Frankie teaming up with Bone Thugs & Harmony and Slim from 112. Other songs, like the self-penned "Still" and "Daddy's Little Girl," are autobiographical.