Frah Quintale (real name Francesco Servidei, born 27th December 1989) is an Italian rapper and singer-songwriter. Frah initially performed as half of the rap duo Fratelli Quintale, but after their split in circa 2016, he went on to perform as a solo artist, releasing the single 'Colpa del vino' and the EP '2004'. Frah released his first solo album 'Regardez Moi' in 2017.
In 2018 and 2019, Frah continued to release singles and a few collaborative tracks, such as the songs 'Missili', '64 Bars' (produced for the Red Bull 64 Bars initiative) and '2%'; he also released the mixtape 'Lungolinea', that featured instrumentals, ambient pieces and demos that contributed to the creation of 'Regardez Moi'. On the 4th of October 2019, he released his latest single 'Farmacia'.
Frah is signed to the Milanese label Undamento. His style of music is sometimes referred to as 'graffiti pop' ("scribble pop" or street pop) in Italy, referring to the blend of indie pop and hip hop commonly found in his music, and he is often regarded as one of the pioneers of the genre.
Frah collaborates frequently with producer and labelmate Ceri.