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FrankJavCee is the online handle of musician and vlogger Francisco Jav Contreras, who is best known for posting YouTube instructional videos for creating various types of web content, most notably related to aesthetics and vaporwave.

Online History

In January 2010, Contreras launched the @frankjavcee[2] Twitter feed, gaining over 14,000 followers in the next seven years. In May 2011, he created the FrankJavCee SoundCloud page.[3] On December 19th, 2011, Contreras uploaded a chiptune remix of the 2011 dubstep song "First of the Year (Equinox)" by Skrillex to his FrankJavCee YouTube channel (shown below, left). On May 4th, 2012, he posted a "caffeinestep" remix of the 2012 Lana Del Ray track "Off to the Races" (shown below, right).

In September the FrankJavCee Tumblr[4] blog was created. On July 21st, 2014, Contreras uploaded a comedy tutorial video titled "How To Make Vaporwave," in which he describes how to make vaporwave music with FL Studio software (shown below, left). Within two years, the video gained over 899,000 views and 1,600 comments. On November 14th, he released an instructional video for making songs in the trap genre (shown below, right).

In February 2015, the Frankjavcee Facebook[5] musician page was launched, garnering more than 14,400 likes within two years. That same month, the /r/FrankJavCee[6] subreddit was created. On April 10th, 2016, Contreras posted a tutorial video for making Simpsonswave content (shown below, left). Within two months, the video received upwards of 312,000 views and 1,300 comments. On June 16th, Contreras released a synthwave music video made in collaboration with YouTuber Hot Dad titled "R.I.P. Meme," with lyrics lamenting the brief lives of viral internet memes (shown below, right).

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[1] YouTube – FrankJavCee

[2] Twitter – @frankjavcee

[3] SoundCloud – FrankJavCee

[4] Tumblr – FrankJavCee

[5] Facebook – FrankJavCee

[6] Reddit – /r/FrankJavCee

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in reply to Dicksimus Maximus

I suppose you have never heard of ironic humor then. Which is an irony on itself, given the site you are in and your username which, if we replace some words of your comment, it fits perfectly:


Cringe must be like hay: easier to see it on someone else's eyes than in your own. That, or your concept of "trolling" needs some serious work. Or both.


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