Bryan Fryzel ( yield January 17, 1983 ), better known by his stage name Frequency, is an american music producer and musician from Rockville Centre, New York .
biography [edit ]
frequency was born in Rockville Centre, New York in 1983. While attending Oceanside High School, he began to DJ at school dances and house parties. [ 1 ] He besides began experimenting with product. [ 1 ] While still in gamey school, Frequency met 6th Sense, a MC from Pelham, New York. [ 1 ] Soon thereafter, the two of them formed a group, The Understudies, aboard 6th Sense ‘s acquaintance and mentor Mr. Tibbs. [ 1 ] The Understudies then signed a record deal on Freshchest/High Time Records, where they released the 12 ” unmarried, “ now & then ” b/w “ Bananas ” in the summer of 2004. [ 1 ] Later that year, Frequency went on to work with several artists he had met in New York ‘s independent picture : from Wordsworth ( “ Shoulder, ” “ One Day ” and “ Do n’t Go ” on Mirror Music ) to Oktober ( “ NYC ” on Projekt : build ) to Tonedef ( “ Give A Damn Remix ” on Archetype ) to El Da Sensei ( “ Natural Feel Good ” on The Unusual ). [ 1 ] 2006 was a break out year for Frequency. That year, Frequency won Scion ‘s New York leg of the King of the Beats competition, [ 2 ] and produced a number of records for major label artists such as “ Plenty of Love ” by Raekwon, Gravy and Tikky Diamonds and “ Ya ’ ll Can ’ t Live His Life ” by Cam’ron and “ Think About It ” by Snoop Dogg. [ 3 ] Snoop himself repeatedly referred to the birdcall in interviews as his favorite track on the album. [ 4 ]
soon thereafter, Frequency began working with the Trackmasters, with whom he produced several tracks for an unreleased Lil ‘ Kim LP, a well as tracks for The Game, Keyshia Cole, Beenie Man, Slim ( from 112 ) and others. [ 5 ] He besides continued to place records on his own, producing songs such as “ One prospect ( Make It Good ) ” for Snoop Dogg ‘s 2008 let go of Ego Trippin ‘, “ Like Me ” for Ja Rule, and “ White Linen Affair ” for Ghostface Killah. [ 6 ] By 2009, Frequency began working extensively with Slaughterhouse, serving as their go DJ, producing their first two singles — “ Onslaught ” and “ Fight Klub ” —and working with each individual penis. [ 7 ] In December of that year, Frequency released “ Road Kill ” with Joell Ortiz, a mixtape featuring freestyles that Joell recorded during the K.O.D. Tour and four original tracks, three of which – “ Ortiz In This Bitch ”, “ Snake Charmer ”, and “ 50 For the People ” — were produced by Frequency. [ 8 ]
Over the following several years, Frequency went on to work with Machine Gun Kelly, [ 9 ] B.o.B., [ 10 ] Iffy the Badman [ 11 ] and more. frequency is possibly best known for co-writing and co-producing the # 1 reach song “ The Monster ” by Eminem featuring Rihanna, released in October 2013. [ 7 ] “ The Monster ” reached No. 1 on eight offprint Billboard charts, including four weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 [ 12 ] and thirteen weeks at No. 1 on the Hot R & B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. [ 13 ] It besides topped the charts in twelve countries including Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom and won a Grammy for Best/Rap Sung Collaboration. [ 14 ]
In holocene years, Frequency has expanded his horizons by working on more pop and rock projects. [ 15 ] Specifically, Frequency produced the introduction album for New York-based band MisterWives, entitled Our own House. [ 16 ] The album ‘s lead single “ Reflections ” peaked at No. 13 on the Billboard Hot Rock Songs chart [ 17 ] and went Gold. [ 18 ] Frequency besides produced the debut album “ Waiting For The Sun ” from Weekday/Sony band Jule Vera [ 19 ] and 5 of 7 songs on the debut EP from Bryce Fox. [ 20 ]