Ariana Grande’s brother Frankie has launched his very own pop career

The former Celebrity Big Brother star is following in his sister’s footsteps.

Frankie Grande has launched his very own pop career with his debut single Queen, which was released to stream and download earlier today.

The YouTube personality – whose sister is chart-topping popster Ariana Grande – also appears shirtless in an accompanying music video, which you can watch below.

“It’s kind of the story of seeing glam rock icons when I was younger — trying to emulate those people, then kind of seeing them go away, and then rediscovering that just because you don’t see them anymore doesn’t mean that they’re not with me,” Frankie told Billboard of the song.

“It kind of became a metaphor for my own life. You can see things growing up, be inspired by things. Just because they’re not around anymore doesn’t mean that you can’t take those inspirations and bring them to life, and bring them to the next generation.”

Frankie also teased the possibility of a new album, revealing that he has plans to work on more new music.

“I’m going in the studio this week,” he said. “I definitely got the bug with Queen. It definitely made me feel like ‘You know what? I like this. This is fun. I’m going to keep doing it.’

“Beyond Queen, I already know I’m recording another song. Whether it will be released as a new single on an EP or an album, I have absolutely no idea.

“I’m just staying in the realm of ‘I’m enjoying this, so let’s keep doing it.'”



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