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Name  Cedric Zellars
Birth name  Cedric Zellars
Years active  2002–present
Genres  Hip hop music
Associated acts  T.I.
Occupation(s)  Rapper
Role  Hip-hop artist
Record label  Grand Hustle Records
Albums  I Am Alfamega
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Labels  Universal Records (2003 - 2004)Grand Hustle Records (2005-2009)
Similar People  Busta Rhymes, TI, Yung Joc, T‑Rock, Young Dro

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Cedric Zellars, better known by his stage name Alfamega, is an American hip hop recording artist from Atlanta, Georgia.

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In 1995, Zellars was convicted for illegally selling firearms and was sentenced to nine years and two months in prison at United States Penitentiary, Atlanta. In 1997, Zellars' prison sentence was reduced by 18 months as a reward for cooperating with the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and for providing testimony in a drug trafficking trial.

Zellars started his music career in 2002, after being released from prison. He shared 1,700 songs that he had written in prison with Beanie Sigel. Universal offered him a record deal, but it was ended in 2004 without any album releases. In 2005, Zellars joined Grand Hustle Records, a music label founded by fellow Atlantan rapper T.I.

In 2009, The Smoking Gun published court records identifying that Zellar's prison sentence had been reduced in 1997 for cooperating with the DEA. After the news broke, T.I. released Zellars from his Grand Hustle Records label and the production of Zellars' debut album I Am Alfamega was indefinitely halted.

Songs

Westside Og
Uh Huh
Da One
I Came from Nothin
100 Goons
Southern Boyz
Alfamega Outro
Grand Hustle Alfamega Intro
Da One - Alfamega

References

Alfamega Wikipedia


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