Olly Frostie is an illustrator, musician & storyteller from North London. Leader of the KOTA DOSA collective, Frostie works largely in the mediums of animation, audio production & lyricism.
His home-brewed brand of modern folk art combines comic book stylings with a backdrop of psychedelia. As a director & visual artist, Frostie's list of collaborations includes Run the Jewels, MF DOOM, Made Kuti, Robbie Williams & many more.
Frostie's debut solo project 'Eleven 4' is available to stream everywhere.
AKA: Ollymandias, the Spider King.
VILLANOVA, the second music video from psychedelic-grime EP 'Eleven 4'. Filmed across Texas forests, Louisiana swamps, a dungeon, a cemetery & a London pub. Filmed by Chaire Louise, directed & edited by Olly Frostie.
Free Your Mind, the debut single from Made Kuti, the grand-son of legendary Fela Kuti. Directed & animated by Frostie.
Unwind by OthaSoul, a psychedelic journey through nature, space & music. Directed & animated by Frostie.
Meathead, from Bishop Nehru & MF DOOM. A supervillain-sized battle for New York City. Directed & Animated by Frostie.
Mosman freestyle, performed live in Brooklyn by Frostie. Part of Jesse Jake's 'Midnight Mitote' tour.
Eleven 4, the debut project from Spider King, Olly Frostie. A six track psychedelic-grime EP, self produced & recorded at Hope Villa Studios. Combining London rap flows with distorted guitars & hard knocking drums, Frostie brings together his widely varied musical influences. Covering topics from fist fights to relationships, it tells a story of working life.
Dickies Imported: The Video Game.
Traffic through the purple city as one of four original characters. Frostie, Topcat, JatzDakid & Zeus Blanco unlock as you navigate across an ever updating London cityscape. Each character is distinguished from the next, by the handling of their whips & by the music they’re listening to.
Featuring a huge soundtrack that includes music from Olly Frostie, Octavian, JatzDakid, Zeus Blanco, Splash Gordan, One 99 + more.
Artwork, design, and development by Olly Frostie.
Original recording of Frostie's infamous Mosman freestyle, inspired by the villain of cult-classic, Countryman.
Falling, written by John Frusciante, performed by Frostie & Jesse Jake. Recorded live to cassette, forwards & backwards.