Bryan Fryzel, better known as Frequency, is a New York-based music producer, composer and DJ. He is known for his ability to cross various genres – from Hip-Hop to R&B to Pop to EDM – and for helping new artists develop their sound.
Frequency got his start as the DJ/producer of the underground Hip-Hop group The Understudies, which released the 12-inch single “Now & Then” b/w “Bananas” on Freshchest/High Times Records in the summer of 2004. Over the next several years, Frequency produced tracks for Ghostface Killah, Red Café, Lil’ Mama, eMC, Ras Kass, Lil’ Kim, Keyshia Coke, Slim (from 112), Beenie Man, Game and the breakout New York radio anthem for Juganot – “En Why Cee” (featuring Joell Ortiz and Uncle Murda). In addition, Frequency joined forces with Snoop Dogg again, producing “One Chance (Make It Good)” for Snoop’s Ego Trippin’ LP. Frequency is an in-house producer at Stadiumred and is in exclusive co-publishing deal with Universal Music.