It might be time to adjust your radio dials, because New York-based music producer, composer and DJ, Frequency, is starting to come through your speakers. Known for his ability to blend genres and help artists develop their sound, Frequency, whose given name is Bryan Fryzel, is riding high after an incredibly successful year.
Frequency began 2014 atop the Billboard charts, after producing and co-writing Eminem’s hit single “The Monster,” featuring Rihanna. “The Monster hit #1 on eight different charts, helping Rihanna tie Michael Jackson for the third most #1 singles of all time. In addition, Frequency produced the debut single “Reflections” by the alternative rock band Misterwives, which was featured on iTunes as Song of the Week. The song also hit #1 on the Billboard Emerging Artist chart. Check out the video for “Reflections” here. Frequency produced Misterwives’ new album “Our Own House,” which was released on Photo Finish/Republic on February 24 of this year. He also recently produced (with his “The Monster” collaborator Aalias) Bebe Rexha’s “Gone,” which is heating up the charts in Australia.
Over the past few years, Frequency has produced tracks for artists such as B.o.B., MGK, Snoop Dogg, Ghostface Killah, Cam’ron, Iffy the Badman, Ja Rule and Slaughterhouse.
He’s recently been in the studio with artists as varied as Travie McCoy, Melanie Martinez, K-Pop star CL, Madison Beer, Jasmine Thompson, Dua Lipa, The Unlikely Candidates and Prodigy. His work with Misterwives has been widely recognized, as the band has been featured on Buzzfeed’s Artists to Watch in 2015, Spotify Spotlight 2015 and Billboard Tomorrow’s Hits.