Griffith Frank is an award-winning singer and RIAA certified multiplatinum songwriter hailing from Topanga, California. He spent his formative years developing as a musician and songwriter under his father, starring in a multitude of musical productions, sharpening his vocal and piano abilities, and would graduate as a Vocal Performance Major from University of California, Los Angeles.
In 2010, Griffith was a featured soloist on the soundtrack of the Golden Globe nominated movie “Nine” (dir. Rob Marshall); in which his version of "Unusual Way” was notably praised by People Magazine. Griffith has since performed all over the world at legendary venues such as Disney Hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and the Jakarta Jazz Festival.
As a songwriter, Griffith's works have garnered close to a billion streams worldwide, with notable viral hits such as “Boomerang” by Jojo Siwa, “Where would I be Without You” by Kendall K, “Two Sides” by Annie Leblanc, and “Handstand” by Rosie Mcclelland.
As an artist, Griffith Frank's songs have been streamed over 1million times and recently he released his new single "End of the World", which can be heard on any streaming platform of choice.