With recent radio domination of French Montana’s hit “Shot Caller,” Brooklyn-born producer Harry Fraud’s name is ringing bells across hip-hop. The success has brought artists outside of New York knocking on his door, leading a placement on Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Allderdice mixtape (“Blindfolds”) and the soon-to-be-released Cigarette Boats EP with Curren$Y. Depsite the newfound attention however, Fraud is still in the lab heavily with artists closer to home.
The heatmaker with one of the most memorable drops in the game (“La musica de Harry Fraud”) spoke to TheSource.com and announced that he’s getting ready to drop a collaborative album with a Queens spitta he’s previously worked with, Action Bronson (“Muslim Wedding,” “Jars Of Drugs”, and “Bird On A Wire”). While Fraud managed to keep the details to a minimum, he did reveal the title of the project along with when to expect it and some hints at what’s in store.
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“Right now we have enough material for two projects. We’re definitely going to do an LP. Right now it’s called Saab Stories. Saab as in the automobile company. You can lookout for it in the summertime. Already we’ve got records and features on there that are going to have people blown away at the fact that we’re working with these artists. We have sh*t on there that they’re not even ready for. We got a lot of surprises.”