Rapper Works Out of Soho Apple Store Every Day for 4 Months to Record New Album

Prince Harvey
Prince Harvey

New York-based rapper Prince Harvey used Apple's Soho Store display computers five days a week for four straight months, so he could record a full length album. Talk about dedication.

Harvey explained that he was forced to drastic measures such as these after one of his computers broke down and the other was stolen.

I realized I needed to step everything up to, like, maximum intensity—as far as motivation and desire [to complete the album] goes.

The Apple Store in Soho is an artists's hub; home to the podcast series Meet the Filmmaker and [Meet the Musician](https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/meet-the-musician/id578199958?mt=2%252529.&ls=1&at=1001l35C5&ct=viewingnyc&app=itunes Apple has also hosted concerts there in the past including Maroon 5 and Linkin Park in 2008.

Alexandra Hudson

Alexandra Hudson

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Alexandra Hudson is 21 years old and is working towards a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature with a minor in Journalism. When she is not writing an essay or reading Harry Potter she enjoys running long distances and quoting movies.

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