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He is the father of two daughters, Karisma Malave and Faith Malave.
Frankie Cutlass was born and raised in New York City's Spanish Harlem also known as El Barrio, to Puerto Rican parents Delia Rivera Malave, a housewife, and Firpo Malave from Cayey, Puerto Rico. He's the youngest of nine children. He was raised in the same housing development with childhood friend, American actor, Singer-songwriter, the two-time Grammy and three-time Latin Grammy--winner Marc Anthony at Metro North Plaza Houses.
It was Cutlass' brother who first inspired him to DJ, and Cutlass first used the decks in the 1980s at the age of 12. Shortly after, he started working as a DJ at local parties and clubs. He then played consistently in clubs and, through the influence of Hip hop, he started to grasp the underlying American culture. Cutlass first hit the scene at the age of 15 and one year later left school to embrace a full-time music career. He soon moved into production as well, working with Freestyle music artists such as TKA, K-7, Sa-Fire, The Cover Girls, George Lamond, Judy Torres, and Lisette Melendez. In 1994, Cutlass used his own label, Hoody Records, to produce The Frankie Cutlass Show, from which his single "Puerto Rico" exploded onto the underground club circuit to become an instant classic."Puerto Rico," a ready-made anthem for the Latino audience—who embraced it enthusiastically— paved the way for Latin Hip Hop artists just starting to carve out a niche in America's music scene. In 1995, Cutlass released his second single "Boriquas on the Set" featuring Fat Joe, Doo Wop and Ray Boogie as an underground hit and it would lead him to a recording deal with Relativity Records. By the mid 1990s, Cutlass was a member of the Funkmaster Flex team "The Flip Squad" and started spinning at special events, and on the airwaves for New York City's Hot 97 (WQHT) Radio Station. Frankie's interest had expanded into production as well as leading him to work with popular artists such as Notorious B.I.G, Uncle Luke, Fat Joe, Shaggy (musician), Rayvon, Akinyele (rapper), Mad Lion and veteran Latin Music artists such as Tito Nieves on his smash "I Like It Like That" 1997 saw the release of his second album, Politics & Bullshit, paying tribute to old-school rap and featuring artists such as Redman, Busta Rhymes, Mobb Deep, Fat Joe, Smif-n-Wessun, Sadat X, Biz Markie, Craig G, Kool G Rap, M.O.P., Keith Murray, Heltah Skeltah, the Lost Boyz and Roxanne Shanté. The third single, "The Cypher, Pt. 3," reunited several veterans of Marley Marl productions, including Biz Markie, Roxanne Shanté, Big Daddy Kane, and Craig G.
His music found its way to mainstream success when "Freak It Out" by Doug E. Fresh was included in the 1996 "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood soundtrack, certified gold-selling, "Puerto Rico" was part of the soundtrack of the 1999 version of Gloria starring Sharon Stone and Jennifer Lopez's 2003 DVD, Let's Get Loud. Fatboy Slim's "Ya Mama" featured in the Charlie's Angels Part 1 soundtrack, certified triple platinum selling in 2000.
Boriquas On Da Set ft. Doo Wop, Evil Twins & Fat Joe by Frankie Cutlass
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