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    Crazy Biography

    Crazy began rapping at the age of 14, and not long afterwards was signed with southern rap label, Hard Head Records where he released two albums as part of a rap group called, Murder Inc.

    Striking the scene in 1998, as a solo artist with the album 'I Shed Tears For The World', New Orleans rapper Crazy blessed the world with true life-impacting rap hip-hop. His amazing lyrical talent touches upon significant and political issues regarding the unspoken afterlife, personal experiences, abortion, street reality that separates him from the norm. Crazy has the ability to vary his beats, ranging from up-beat tempos to slower relaxing rhythms.

    Having already released four solo albums, Krazy distinguishes himself as no newcomer to the rap scene. During the year of 2000, Master P recognized his southern flair and signed him to his platinum super group, 504 Boyz. Crazy contributed a new style to the assembly and showcases in three full-length albums: The Goodfellas, Ballers, Hurricane Katrina: We Gon' Bounce Back. He gained nationwide recognition with their 2000 hit single Wobble Wobble. Crazy also released his solo album “Breather Life” through Soulja Army Records, an extension of No Limit Records. A couple years later Krazy released another solo album independently under a company he started with his brother Sam. This album was called “Us Killin Us”

    Crazy holds countless features under the No Limit Label. He is currently in the works of other projects that include him collaborating with Master P and No Limit Forever Records. Crazy also appeared in his first film titled Hollywood Homicide in 2003, starring alongside Harrison Ford & Isaiah Washington. He also appears in Still Bout It, a film directed by Master P. Crazy believes his best days are still ahead of him. Look forward to seeing great things in the future.

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