Rapper secretly records entire album in SoHo Apple store

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SOHO, Manhattan — When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Or in case of Prince Harvey, make an entire music album.

After having his computer stolen, the aspiring rapper decided he would use display computers at the Apple store to create his album.

Almost every day for four months, the 25-year-old Harvey said he would travel from his place in Bushwick, Brooklyn, to the SoHo Apple store to create music -- all a cappella.

He'd work mostly under the radar using the display computers with a mic and headphones, and then would transfer his work to a drive. At times, Harvey said he wasn't sure he'd be able to pull it off

Harvey ultimately would control, alt, delete any doubt he faced when making his album, the name an acronym for Prince Harvey At The Apple Store: SoHo.

This Prince is now gaining attention from rap and hip-hop royalty for his creativity and determination. The album drops July 27. You can find it on his website princeharvey.com or on Twitter.