Harry Fraud is an Irish American music producer born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. He first rose to fame as the beatsmith behind “New York Minute,” a 2009 anthem featuring Bad Boy’s French Montana and Jadakiss. Ever since, it hasn’t been hard to separate Harry Fraud from the rest of the button punchers. His tireless work ethic, commitment to quality sound, ear for talent and instrumentation have facilitated the young producer’s meteoric rise to sought-after hitmaker.Read more
In 2011, Fraud’s radio smash “Shot Caller” with French Montana caught the attention of numerous industry heavyweights, including Diddy and Rick Ross. The two moguls jumped on the remix, and both the original and the remix went in heavy rotation across the nation. After dropping “Shot Caller,” Fraud followed up with several underground and mainstream hits including Juicy J & Wiz Khalifa‘s “Stoner’s Night 2,” Action Bronson & RiFF RaFF‘s “Bird on a Wire,” and “I’m a Coke Boy.”
In only a few years, Harry Fraud put together a powerful catalogue, featuring collaborations with many of this generation’s most influential Hip Hop artists. Fraud has enlisted a veritable who’s-who of the rap game, including French Montana, Jadakiss, P. Diddy, Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Action Bronson, Nicki Minaj, Sean Price, Styles P, Fat Joe, Joey BADA$$, Pusha T, Mistah FAB, and Mac Miller.
Fraud continues to work with Hip-Hop’s elite as well as compose music for television and movies. With his SRFSCHL media brand growing exponentially his expansion into all facets of the entertainment industry is inevitable.