He records in the Nigerian pidgin English, English, Igbo and Yoruba languages. He was born in Delta state but moved to Lagos at a very young age and grew up in Fadeyi and the Mushin environs, the reason he tends to use the term ‘Mushin Boy’ is his songs.
His stage name Frankie Seeka was culled from his real name Frank Isika and also means seeker which is a way of telling a story about his hustle.
Seeka discovered his love and connection to music at a very tender age, as he was inspired by 50 Cent’s ‘In da Club’, writing his first piece, also a cover of the song at the age of 9. His out with a brand you street anthem. BOYS OYE.