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Newark, NJ | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | SELF

Newark, NJ | SELF
Established on Jan, 2018
Solo Hip Hop R&B





Dropping at 12:34 PM EST today, See.Francis’ newest single ‘Kumbaya’ is a bonafide kick-back anthem. Progression being his main focus, the New Jersey entrepreneur intentionally set the fixed release time to remind himself of the deliberate steps he’s taking.

Real simple, “1.. 2… 3… 4, the cycle of progression,” he reminds me.

Confident, yet clearly comfortable, Francis’ harmonization over the relaxed beat elicits the understanding that not only is he aware of his mistakes, but he knows how to fix them.

“Not fucking up is a challenge, I know what a man is. I’m trying to be one. I know you deserve and need one” – ‘Kumbaya’ - Kazi Magazine


See.Francis is back with another loosie. His latest track, "Moonwalker," sees the New Jersey native adding to his streak of dropping appetizers to feed the fans. In his latest run, Francis takes us on a trippy journey as he experiments with his sound. As fans may notice, "Moonwalker" does not exactly have the same vibe and sound as, "Pimp See." In his new release, Francis harmonizes his flow over bars like, "Stuffing up that killa in a peace pipe / B*tch ima beast like fee fi / Lemme see yours you could see mine / She got five kids I could see why / Shorty said she gang lemme see what it B like."

Interestingly, the "Moonwalker" beat pads See.Francis' voice allowing him to create a perfect balance between tranquil vocals and serene guitar strings. Overall, this new drop shows how much Francis' sound continues to evolve. We'll remain optimistic about what See.Francis has lined up for us next. - Earmilk

"Hold Up (Premiere)"

See.Francis has music that will deeply resonate with the audience if anyone is looking for something to relate to. His introspective tracks are for people who are still trying to find direction, looking for hope, and attempting to figure out where to go next... - Earmilk

"Grateful Dead"

see.francis always delivers when he drops new music. That much is a given. However, his newest track, the Air Kalo-produced “Grateful Dead,” takes things a bit further than usual. On this track, see spills his soul over a beat that gives me MBDTF energy with its utilization of somewhat distorted vocals to create the melody. That element allows see’s bars to hit that much harder, especially his discussions about religion and potentially letting his family down because of his own actions.

I felt that in the core of my soul, because it’s something I also deal with on a daily basis. Because of that, I have no choice but to recommend that you check this one out and allow see’s lyricism and message wash over you and bring comfort to you. You’re not alone in your battles. Plus, the song is just damn good. Check out this track from the Jersey native and remember to support dope music in all its forms. - SOTB


... - A3C


New Jersey’s dynamic creative, see.francis, is set to release his upcoming single ‘Kumbaya’ Monday, August 5th. The hardened, yet mystical hip-hop entrepreneur is known for his ability to diversify his role within music, and thrive while doing it. Alongside being a recording artist, see.francis has been able to successfully produce and even act at high levels. If anything is clear, it’s that the talented creative isn’t afraid of adaption. He welcomes it. Following the success of a string of loosies in 2018-2019, see.francis decided it was time to compile a different energy for his fan-base. His upcoming single ‘Kumbaya’ highlights the effortless nature that see.francis emanates when he’s in the zone. The loose, yet distinctly upbeat production accompanied by Francis’ vocals combine for an eloquent kick-back anthem. - Broke2Dope


Hailing from New Jersey, see.francis is a man of many talents. He’s honed in on many skills, including (but not limited to): acting, producing and being an overall artist. Consider him a “hip-hop entrepreneur.”

Following the success of his 2018-2019 loose tracks, see.francis is back with a new single, titled “Kumbaya.” When zoned in, see.francis’ talent cannot be denied or hindered. The combination of vocal presence and production strength makes for a solid listen. - Bluntiq


See.Francis- Kumbaya | #AuxGod

After going through a couple submissions, See.Francis new single “Kumbaya” came on and this shit is a vibe!

From the 808′s to the lyrics, See.Francis is definitely on my radar and should be on yours too! - Aux God


New music from See.Francis “Kumbaya” Produce by Sahara. - The Hype Magazineq

"The Source"

Francis paints a vivid picture of the illicit day-to-day activities necessitated by living a life such as his. And while various comparisons will soon come, with Fiat Lux, See.Francis is quickly establishing himself as a serious threat. Armed with charisma and authenticity, he shows he can definitely compete with Hip-Hop’s elite. - The Source

"DeadEndHipHop Interview"

Jersey rapper, see.francis, comes through with his latest single “Lifetime”, premiering here on DeadEndHipHop. see.francis made an appearance on volume one of our new playlist, The Vibe, which you can check out here. -


with an amazing new ballad entitled “Venus.” Featuring fellow rising talent See Francis, “Venus” is a silky, piano-laden record from Earl, who combines with Francis for a really well-done track on which their contrasting sounds and skills make for a beautiful marriage of sounds that could rival the Obamas. - Elevator Mag

"Tony MC"

Jersey rapper see.francis returns with the song that his fans will remember for a lifetime. The iLLustrious rapper recently linked up with Miami producer The Pyrvmids to create a fresh banger just in time for Spring. In his new song, see relives his past experiences while he aggressively glides on the chorus.

See’s ominous vocals and the trap-like production fuse together perfectly as he paints a clear picture of his past struggles and low points. However, he also takes the time to recognize his own victories in life as well. -

"STB Interview"

Lifetime: Interview With Independent Recording Artist see.francis -


Still working on that hot first release.



East coast alternative recording artist, producer, and actor See.Francis, born Casmir Francis, is one of Hip Hop's most promising talents taking inspiration from he likes of Tupac, Redman, Kanye West, Jay-Z and Jimi Hendrix.

Though he was born in Newark, New Jersey, he spent a lot of time in the Tri-State area, to which he refers to as "The Garden". Thanks to his Dominican father's roots to the New York borough of Queens, he spent a lot of time there as well before his life was cut short.

In 2008, See.Francis was cast in the film Cash Rules, based in his hometown of Newark alongside The Wire actor J.D. Williams, Naughty By Nature leader Anthony "Treach" Criss and HBO Power's Naturi Naughton.

Using his acquired life experiences and inspiration from those around him, in 2012 See.Francis decided to share his compelling life story through his first solo project Red Lights which was executive produced by The Vamp.

Following the success of Red Lights, he signed to boutique indie label iLLustrious and went straight to work on his next EP, Fiat Lux, which was released in 2014 and garnered the attention of respected publications such as The Source and Karen Civil.

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