Bryan Fryzel

Grammy-winning pop and hip-hop producer

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Bryan Fryzel, a.k.a. Frequency, is a Grammy-winning pop and hip-hop producer

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Lennon and McCartney. The two Beatles need no introduction—they’ve written the most number-one hit songs of all time. In third place? A 44-year-old Swedish producer named Max Martin.

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