Frank Edwards is a Nigerian gospel singer, producer and songwriter with an estimated net worth of $4 million dollars. He was birthed as Frank Ugochukwu Edwards on the 22nd of July in 1989.
Born in Enugu Stage, Nigeria, he founded Rocktown Records, a topnotch gospel record label in Nigeria and has such artistes like Nkay, Gil, King BAS, Divine, Frank Edwards (the label boss) and others under it.
Frank started singing at age 10 and learnt the piano musical instrument at his teenage stage. He gave his life to Christ also in his teenage stage and was a devoted young Christian.
Till date, the very popular Nigerian gospel artiste who is about going global has produced a total of six gospel music albums and several hit tracks such as “Onye” and “Celestial” featuring vocals from Victor Ike.
He is a very known member of the Loveworld Music Ministry and Christ Embassy Church. Frank Edwards has been working as a producer, producing songs for artistes like Sinach just before he started producing his own songs and became very famous.
The Loveworld Music Ministry also houses works of Christ Embassy gospel artistes including Ada Ehi and Sinach, one of the biggest female gospel singers and most respected in Nigeria. Frank Edwards released his debut album titled “The Definition” in 2008.
The album contained 14 powerful tracks and was distributed by Honesty Music after production. In 2010, Frank was quick enough to produce a second album which he titled “Angels on the Runway”.
A third album was released in consistency in 2011 which is titled “Unlimited”. He released a fourth album in the same year, 2011, an album he titled “Tagjam”.
Frank is one of the biggest and most sought for gospel rock singer in Nigeria and he has worked with several gospel artistes nationally and internationally, including Don Moen.
Frank Edwards has won several awards in his career. In 2011 he got nominated as the “Gospel Artiste of the Year” at the 6th edition of Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
At the Loveworld Awards in 2012, Frank Edwards bagged the award for West Africa Best Male Vocalist 2012 and Best Hit Single 2012. He also won 3 awards as Male Artiste of the Year, Best Male Vocal, and Song of the Year at the Nigeria Gospel Music Awards.
His album, Frankincense, where he featured A-class gospel ministers Nathaniel Bassey and Micah Stampley topped the iTunes album chart after a few hours in went live. The album was said to have topped the albums of both female American singers Adele and Beyouncé.