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Producer Harry Fraud Talks Working with Mac Miller, Smoke DZA and Rick Ross

Harry Fraud

(AllHipHop News) Harry Fraud took a moment to speak with AllHipHop about his recently released mixtape “Adrift” as well as releasing some records he’s had in the vault with Mac Miller, establishing a relationship with Smoke DZA and linking with the biggest boss Rick Ross and MMG.

When it came to working with Mac Miller, Fraud says the two connected years ago. “We probably did a couple songs a year and a half to two years ago. His people around him reached out. They’re obviously fans of French’s music and we’re fans of their music,” Fraud continued “we never actually met in person, we just communicated through, email and phones.”

Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud released the “Rugby Thompson’ Album in 2012 to both critical and commercial success , Harry detailed their growing relationship and it leading to other projects..

“We clicked super easy, obviously now a year later, we’re really close friends, we’ve made a decent amount of music since then, that’s my bro, he made so much shit possible for me …for instance Smoke brought Currency to the studio to do the record for his album and that’s how me an Currency started to build and we got to do the EP.”

Next was a call from Rick Ross who brought Harry Fraud in to do some music for Self Made 2.

“French called me and put him on the phone and we talked very briefly, he said he wanted to do some music, and I was at his house the next day or two days later.”

Fraud told AHH one thing he was impressed by was Rozay’s work ethic

“Ross , he’s just on some music shit, he loves to make music, he’s really focused on the music. He’s not where he’s at for no reason …or just because he’s some kind of gimmick or something like that. He’s very focused.”

Watch the AHH Exclusive Interview with Harry Fraud here:

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Download the new mixtape ‘Adrift’ Here.

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