It seems a number of white guys are creating the sonic landscapes for New York’s growing underground hip hop scene. For example, Harry Fraud who produced the popular street single Shot Caller by Bad Boy/Maybach Music Group artist French Montana. The song has become a summer theme song in most hip-hop clubs across America (there’s a remix with Rick Ross and Diddy that gave it plenty life on BET & MTV). In this clip Noisey catches up with him to talk about his musical journey. This guy went from singing chorus in school and playing clarinet to working with French Montana, Action Bronson, Riff Raff, Smoke DZA, and more. See what makes him so “wavy”.