Klassik’s blend of Jamaican Dancehall influence fused into Soca & Calypso sound is the perfect mix. His commanding high energy vocals with the sweet soca vibe creates a unique style that is radiant. Klassik Frescobar’s musical influence began in the early ‘90s in his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica in the Constant Spring Gardens area. After getting a hold of his mother’s cassette player and hearing early tunes from Bounty Killa, Sean Paul and Beanie Man his mind was committed to music. After migrating to the Bronx in New York, Klassik spent most of his time creating rap music but stayed close to his roots by attending local Dancehall parties. Throughout that time he built relationships with local DJs and producers including the Jamaican born Brooklyn native Ricky Blaze. In 2014 Klassik would migrate to Miami where he would work closely with Guyanese rapper Red Cafe who would introduce him to local DJs and party scenes. After hard work and deliberation Klassik made a name in the Miami Soca scene with records “Boom” , “Bee Sting” & “Chair” His current viral record "Looking Good" on the "Code Red Riddim", facilitated the #LookingGoodChallenge which garnered over three million Twitter and TikTok views respectively. The challenge promotes dancers from around the world to record themselves dancing to the song . Since then Klassik has released bigger records such as “Like Dat Remix” featuring GBM Nutron and “Too Much” with Marzville.