Songbird Frenchie davis is a singer-songwriter; an LGBT activist; and a graduate of Howard university. She was first introduced to the world as a fan-favorite on the second season of the television show, American Idol and since then, she has continued to wow audiences with her unique and versatile talent. She has performed in numerous Broadway shows, including RENT; Cinderella Enchanted, Dreamgirls; and Ain’t Misbehavin’, which earned her a Grammy nomination. Her television credits include being a top-five finalist on the first season of NBC’s The Voice; a guest-starring role on the OWN Network’s Wanda Sykes Presents: Herlarious; and voice-over work for the hit Nickelodeon cartoon, Wonder Pets.
Earlier this year, Frenchie began working on her debut album; “Finally…Frenchie”, and a few months ago she “broke” the internet with her beautifully soulful rendition of Fetty Wap’s hip-hop classic, Trap Queen. Trap Queen is the newest addition to the repertoire in her “pop-cabaret” show, The Frenchie Experience, which she performed to sold-out crowds at The Kennedy Center and The Apollo Theater. She recently completed filming the movie “Dead 7” for the SyFy Channel and is currently enrolled in graduate school, pursuing her MBA.
When Frenchie is not performing or studying, she is an outspoken advocate for the rights of the LGBTQ community and people of color.
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