FrenchieBabyy was brought up in the turf dance culture in the Bay Area. He learned how to bone-break at the age of 15 and created the term "triple jointed" when he realized people born with natural flexibility were double jointed, and people that teach their body to be flexible are triple jointed. He became a full-time entertainer when he joined the Bay Area dance team The Turffeinz. He competed in dance battles in the U.S. and France, and danced in music videos "Red nose" by Sage the Gemini, "Ayo" by Chris Brown and Tyga, "Calm Down" by G-Eazy and many more. Frenchie's love for entertainment has led him to this moment competing on America`s Got Talent Season 15.
Frenchie Babyy automatically advanced to the Quarterfinals without performing in Episode 1508, though his verdict was not televised.
Frenchie Babyy's Quarterfinals performance in Episode 1509 consisted of dancing and doing contortions to a mix of Kendrick Lamar's "HUMBLE." and Zayde Wolf's "Rumble". He did not receive enough votes to advance to the Semifinals in Episode 1510, eliminating him from the competition instead of Shaquira McGrath.
Frenchie Babyy Bone-breaking Street Dancer REUNITED with His Family After Simon Cowell Phone Call