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Born Frank Cornelius Jr. PlatinumBoyFCJ is not new to the music industry. His father is a member of the legendary Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose family; who has sold over 10 million copies of their hits: “Don’t ever be lonely (Poor Little Fool Like Me)”, “Let Me Down Easy”, “I’m Never Gonna Be Alone Anymore”, “Big Time Lover”, “I’m so Glad”, “Treat Her Like A Lady” and “Too Late to Turn Back Now” and many, many more.
Frank Cornelius Sr, was one of the younger siblings of the group who joined the group as a valet shortly after high school he became the bass player after the bass player at that time was unable to make the gig. Fortunately for them He'd been learning from the former bass player "Larry"Lunch"Seay, brother to the famed bass player from the group "Mothers Finest" Jerry"Wizard"Seay.
After the group seperated in the late 90's Frank Sr. set out on his own and toured with artist like "Howard Johnson,The Gap Band, Kool and The Gang, Glady's Knight and The Pips, Rick James, Ray Parker and Radio, Asford and Simpson, NiteFlyte, Roger and Zapp and many others.His incredible bass playing style that landed him the nickname "Thumbs" first heard on the The Cornelius Brothers second Lp"Big time Lover and Gloria Estefans "Turn The Beat Around "MC A.D.E.'s "Rockin all over"Lp.
The Cornelius Brothers also recorded 4 LP’s busting the charts their first “Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose” second one “Big Time Lover” third one “Testify Love”, fourth one “Greatest Hits” and have performed on numerous TV show including “The Mike Douglas Show”, “The Dick Clark Show”, and “Soul Train” performed with everybody from “Tony Orlando and Dawn” to “James Brown”
In 2002 PlatinumBoyFCJ hired Attorney David Bercuson to launched Dreamer Vision Records Inc . Since Frank Cornelius Sr. was not only one of South Florida’s greatest Bass guitar players he was also the creator of Bass songs in the 90’s such as: “ Bass Mechanic (M.C.A.D.E.)”, “Get Retarded (Now Go) (KJ and Da’ Fellas)”, “Shy D Is Back “(M.C. Shy D) and “Mega Jon's Bass (Mega Jon)” and the biggest and some might say the very first Miami Bass record Bass Rock Express(M.C.A.D.E.)
when Bass Rock Express was released, the demand was so great that it tied up every pressing plant in Miami, causing other records from every label to be delayed.

Frank Cornelius Sr. went on to be one of the greatest sound engineers in South Florida teaching his oldest son Frank “PlatinumBoyFCJ” Cornelius Jr. at the age of 15 years old the skills to carry on. As a start PlatinumBoyFCJ began producing for local acts in the community before producing and engineering for some of the very same acts such as An All Out Bash ( M.C.A.D.E.) and Gigolo Tony (I’m Old School)
PlatinumBoyFCJ watched his Dad Frank Sr. perform on stage (playing Bass guitar or Keyboards) or in the studio with artist such as: Betty Wright, Gloria Estefan, and many, many more. Because of all the support he’ll get from Dad’s Celebrity Clientel PlatinumBoyFCJ decided to launch his label in South Florida (Miami).

Although South Florida has established a name for itself in rap music, this Hip-Hop/ R&B producer, singer, dancer, songwriter, engineer and now CEO is not limited to rap. His fresh, new beat is quite the opposite and his sound is R&B with a rap delivery and it is getting the attention of executives around the world.
Our latest venture with Pandisc Music was expected to catapult Dreamer Vision Records Inc. to one of South Florida’s premier Hip-Hop/R&B record Labels UNfortunately we have since parted ways.
In 2007 PLATINUMBOYFCJ, was tapped to host an afternoon drive-time show on 1047 THE FLAME WFLM “The Flame” 104.7, along with Mixshow DJ Aaron G.
The “Dynamic Duo,” as they’ve dubbed themselves, debuted Aug. 27, spinning favorite R&B hits during “The All-New Afternoon Drive,” from 3 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
“I almost couldn’t stop smiling,” said Platinum, when the station offered him the full-time gig.
“When you come into something new and someone says, ‘Hey man, your first day was excellent, it’s a feeling like I’ve never had before,”. “And I love it; I love every second of it.”
A longtime music producer and entertainer, PlatinumBoyFCJ joined WFLM in May as host of “The Old School Backyard Party.”
He said he’ll continue to host that show from 8 p.m. to midnight Fridays and Saturdays.
Cornelius is nicknamed “Platinum,” because of his success as a South Florida hip-hop music producer, he said, and because of his family’s famous band, which has sold more than 10 million copies of such hits as “Treat Her Like a Lady” and “Too Late to Turn Back Now.”

A Port St. Lucie resident, Cornelius said his current radio work is not a dramatic change from his experiences in the music business.
“You can’t do anything without music, pretty much,” he said. “Music is like the soul of everything ... the way of the world.
In 2005, he turned his talents to radio broadcasting.
After moving to the Treasur