Harry Fraud
Harry Fraud

Harry Fraud

About Harry Fraud

Harry Fraud is a primarily sample-based hip-hop producer with a contemporary flair. Alongside French Montana, Action Bronson, and Smoke DZA, he helped soundtrack New York’s early-2010s rap revival.

• After years in the underground, the Brooklyn native broke through with a series of early-’10s French Montana productions, including 2012’s “Shot Caller.”
• Fraud’s productions regularly include the catchy tag “La musica de Harry Fraud.”
• Harry’s father, William “Chip” Quigley, is a major concert promoter who also managed the band Sugar Ray.
• After mixtape success, French enlisted Fraud for multiple placements on his platinum-selling 2017 Jungle Rules album and his gold-certified 2019 effort Montana.
• Harry Fraud partnered with Action Bronson for the Queens rapper’s major label debut, Saaab Stories. The 2013 EP went Top 10 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
• Harry Fraud has collaborated extensively with Curren$y. In 2012, they made Cigarette Boats and kept the nautical theme going on releases like 2020’s The OutRunners.
• Early into his career, Harry Fraud launched Surf School Recordings. The name is inspired by rapper Max B’s “wavy” slang, along with the producer’s passion for surfing.

    New York, NY [Brooklyn]
  • BORN
    January 26, 1987

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