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Albert Whitehead

Since the age of 10 Albert Whitehead was hanging out discovering the newest records at Chicago’s legendary George’s Music Room.  He learned music by ear by listening to the radio, playing in high school bands also playing the piano, keyboards, drums, and percussion.

It was while Mr. Whitehead was attending an advanced high school music class in programming; where some professional musicians discovered the unique gifts this talented young man possessed.

In a few short years Mr. Whitehead found himself writing and working with national recording artists such as
( Lupe Fiasco, Harpo Studios / Oprah Winfrey, Actress Karen Denise Aubert, Do or Die, Crucial Conflict, The album Sushi Samba, he also wrote the song Amor Em Chamas ) just to name a few. Mr Whitehead relocated briefly to Houston Tx where he produced records for Rap-A-Lot Records and featured on many platinum selling records along with placements in national commercials and films. Albert Whiteheads music encompasses soul and rhythm while embracing blues, jazz, old school and modern grooves of urban music, resulting in style of his own.

Influences and idols include:
Dr. Dre, Timberland, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Sly & The Family Stone Fleetwood Mac, Rodney Jerkins, Ryan Leslie, Fred Hammon & The Winans.

(Too big for words) –best describes the music, production style and physical presence of Artist/Producer – Albert Whitehead aka Alazae.
This young man grew up on the West side of Chicago – the son of a preacher.

Albert Whitehead first began singing in the church choir.
“His love of music drew him to record in many different places”