Alfamega’s dynamic music career started in a small USP federal Atlanta prison cell. Despite being locked away from society, incarceration caused Alfamega’s creative spirit to soar. He completed seventeen hundred songs, three screen plays and penned a non-fiction book. In 2002, upon release, Alfamega met Beanie Siegal through Siegal’s mother and young sister, “Fat Baby”. Alfamega rapped for Siegal and was offered a recording deal. However, he turned the recording deal down.