Harlem’s Smoke DZA and Brooklyn’s Harry Fraud recently dropped their critically acclaimed album together, Rugby Thompson. With in-demand producer, Harry Fraud, handling most of the prodcution, Smoke DZA along with artists like Curren$y, Sean Price, Action Bronson, and plenty more.
While visiting the Hip-Hop Wired headquarters, DZA and Fraud broke down the making of the album, what brought them together, and crafting a “new” New York sound. Check it all out after the jump.
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