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Producing has been a hobby of Alphabet for the last ten years, but in the last two years Alphabet has become serious about making it a career. On the release of Bizzare’s Blue Cheese and Coney Island, Alphabet found his music featured. â€œBizarre and their crew was hearing about me, and most of his album was recorded at Mix Factory Studios, which is the studio I work out of,â€ Alphabet says. â€œI.V. Duncan hooked it up to hear my tracks, the ‘Animal’ beat was the first they heard and Bizarre was like, ‘That’s it! That’s the one. I don’t need to hear anything else!’ Then they went right in on recording â€˜Animal.’â€ He also produced most of Lazarus’ album, The Prince Who Would be King, inventing the single â€œLet the Game Knowâ€ with a video directed by Detroit’s Anthony Garth. â€œI want to produce a track for Royce [da] 5’9″ â€” something to really challenge his flow, because I think he has one of the best in the game, period,â€ Alphabet says. Look for The Warm Up: One Take Mixtape with Delo. More: myspace.com/bangonthetableproductions. | RDW
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