Alex Frame |

Alex Frame

Alex Frame

Alex "Lexx" Frame was born on April 11, 1986 on the beautiful island of Grenada (West Indies), in the town of St.. Patrick's. Alex migrated to the United States at the age of 4, to live with his grandparents as a result of the passing of his mother.

Alex’s ability to take hold of the concepts presented in a song is remarkable. Only a few men have been noted in history as having this great ability to hear a song once and to play it back as the original. "I'm like a sponge I am able to pick up things very quickly…” Although Alex did not receive any formal training, he has recorded with many artists, and has had the opportunity to play at major venues.

Alex has played for some groups as: W.R. Maxime and the United Caribbean mass choir, Kotij Crew, Victory, Sean Smith and VOP, Salvation Cafe (a Christian open mic) and Cassandra Piton just to

name a few.

Through the many years of playing Alex has encountered many personal as well as professional obstacles. Alex found himself in a community that desired more learning and experience within the genres of the world. So he became very influential in his community and the world. He is the founder of the Brooklyn Muzik Spot. A place a musician can be free to express and learn, in order to make their love of music a deeper profound movement in the area in which they serve. Alex serves as the main drummer for “The Church Ave Church of God” located in Brooklyn, New York.

Some of Alex’s influences are; his Mom (R.I.P.), Teddy Campbell, Calvin Rogers, Mike Clemons, Dave Weckl, Buddy Rich, Chris Colemen, Aaron Spears, Calvin "Coon" Napper, Steve Gadd, Eddie"Animal" Heyward and Tony Roster Jr., just to name a few. Alex can attribute his sound to the Christian, Gospel, Jazz, Funk, Soul and R&B genres.