Adil Omar to work with Fredwreck for his debut album

Adil Omar with FredWreckPakistan’s most prominent rapper, Adil Omar will be collaborating with the award winning producer Farid Karam Nassar, better known as FredWreck. They both will be working on Adil Omar’s untitled debut album (coming in 2012).

According to Adil, FredWreck will be producing a track or two for his debut album, one with a special surprise guest.

FredWreck is a record producer from Los Angeles, California who got his big break when he became a producer for Dr. Dre’s newly founded Aftermath Records label and worked on his multi-platinum selling album ‘The Chronic 2001’, and went on to work with Snoop Dogg’s record label Dogghouse Records (now Doggystyle Records) and became a known producer on Tha Dogg Pound-affiliated material. He has produced tracks from Kurupt’s Tha Streetz Iz a Mutha and most of his next release, Space Boogie: Smoke Oddessey; both released during the period the rapper had left Death Row. In 2007 he partnered up with songwriter Kara Dioguardi to produce songs for pop stars Britney Spears and Hilary Duff. He received an MTV Europe Music Award for Best Album for his production on Britney’s Black Out Album and Kara went on to be the new judge on American Idol. He has also produced for other hip hop and pop artists such as Kurupt, Eminem, Ice Cube, Westside Connection, Lil Kim, Xzibit, Nate Dogg, Everlast aka Whitey Ford, Cypress Hill, 50 Cent, Justin Bieber, Mobb Deep, and The Doors.

FredWreck’s music has been inspired by producers Dr. Dre, Mantronix, Marley Marl, and The Bomb Squad, FredWreck began experimenting with production equipment, recording techniques, and his skills as a DJ to carve out his own sound. The influence of East Coast Hip Hop, West Coast Hip Hop, Electro, Funk, Soul, Arabic and Rock helped give him a signature sound. From 1995 to 1997 he was hired by legendary Bomb Squad producer Hank Shocklee as an A & R executive at MCA/Universal Records where he oversaw the recordings of artists such as Mary J. Blige, Aaliyah, Immature, Al Green, King Tee, Shai, Bobby Brown and Soundtracks such as Dangerous Minds, Tales from the Hood, and others.

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