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CRZFawkz is a Canadian rapper who was formerly signed to Icy Records. He is known for his song Hong Kong 97, which has

over 5,000 streams on Spotify.

Career Edit

The CRZFawkz alias was first used when CRZFawkz started posting rap songs to his YouTube channel in Summer 2015. The first rap song that he uploaded was "60 FPS", a track about having a very fast gaming PC and a diss toward console gamers. CRZFawkz released some more songs like "Mom's Spaghetti Freestyle" and "Frickin 'Scrub" before releasing the TRASH TALKING EP in November 2015.

In April 2016, CRZFawkz released his first mixtape, Ancient Frickery. This included songs like "The Street" and "Oh My God" featuring Zezus. In June 2017, CRZFawkz released his second mixtape, Lit 4 Harambe, which was followed by Fawkz-OP in December 2017, and so on.

In June 2019, he signed to Flex Entertainment, however he has since left the label is now on Icy Records. On the label he released the tape Fawkz-OP IV, and his currently working on his third studio album, which is currently untitled.

In May 2020, He left Icy Records to rejoin Flex Entertainment.

Discography Edit

Mixtapes Edit

  • Ancient Frickery (2016)
  • Lit 4 Harambe (2017)
  • Fawkz-OP (2017)
  • Traphell (2018)
  • Meme Dreams (2018)
  • Fawkz-OP II (2018)
  • The Holy Tape (with Zezus) (2019)
  • Ugandan Fidget Spinner Slimenite (2019)
  • Traphell 2 (2019)
  • The Blessed Lean (with Zezus) (2019)
  • Fawkz-OP III (2019)
  • Whole Lotta Blue (2019)
  • My Demons Told Me To Eat More Chicken 2 (2020)
  • Fawkz-OP IV (2020)
  • Yung Exec (2020)
  • Tha CR (2020)

Albums Edit

  • My Demons Told Me To Eat More Chicken (2018)
  • Summer Fawkz (2019)
  • CRZFawkz (2020)

EPs Edit

  • Trash Talking (2015)
  • DEM BOIS DAT DAB (2016)
  • Let It Mine (With Young Plant & Zezus) (2018)
  • Autism 2 (2018)
  • Autism 3 (2019)
  • Autism 4 (2018)
  • Royalty (with Young Plant) (2018)
  • Autism 5 (2018)
  • Autism 6 (2019)
  • Autism 7 (2019)
  • Ligma 2 (2019)
  • Ligma 3 (2019)
  • Ligma 4 (2019)
  • Ligma 5 (2019)
  • Rubber Steve (with Young Plant) (2019)
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