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Alfa Mega

About Alfa Mega

Alfamega is an american rapper who was formerly signed to T.I.’s Grand Hustle record label. He is best known for his guest appearance on T.I. & Busta Rhymes’s Hurt, as well as “Uh Huh”, also featuring T.I..

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.

However, Alfamega’s career came to a grinding halt when his snitching came back to haunt him. It was revealed in 2009 from The Smoking Gun via documents evidence he was a snitch (Proof:http://www.thesmokinggun.com/file/tis-snitch-posse?page=0). After discovering this, Alfamega was dropped from Grand Hustle by TI & the production & recording of Alfamega’s debut album was halted.