“Extremely out of the ordinary”, basically sums up the North Philly born artist Crazie KiD AnonYmouS’s style, according to the urban magazine writer and published author Chakara. Creating his own self definition of being a “Motivator of Civilizations”, the Wu-Tang flavored artist truly puts emphasis on his art providing “true” rap. His rhymes give an odd lyrical pattern, but delivery amazingly matches his chosen production. In fact, Crazie KiD AnonYmouS began his rap crave at an early age, and created his own mixtape at just the blooming age of 16. Immediately, he was inspired to think outside of the box with his lyrics. The Philly KiD seeks knowledge as a lifestyle, and is dedicated to teaching the “mathematics” in his music. He believed in his early days with rap that today’s hip hop had lost a lot of its culture. His own personal quote “The only limitations you have is the ones you set for yourself”, remains in his music and quest to show the world his talent. Hip Hop that would make one study, or learn something valuable, is what Crazie KiD is bringing with his music. Crazie’s grind consists of a flurry of things, from multiple blog postings to different interviews with DJs in his area. His most recent project: SUNday Volume 1: Starving Mentality is being shopped throughout many social advertising avenues. He’s had many features on mixtape compilations of various DJs such as DJ Tati and Fatman Elite. Crazie Kid is presently making music, where he remains loyal to “what’s real”.


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