Krazy (rapper)

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Birth name Michael Wilson
Also known as Crazy
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1995—present
Labels No Limit Forever (2012-present)
No Limit Records (2000-2006)
Priority Records (2000-2006)
Associated acts 504 Boyz, Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, Soulja Slim, Snoop Dogg, Mr. Marcelo, Ghetto Commission, Lil' Keke, Murder Inc, Legend Man, MC L a.k.a. L

Krazy, born Michael Wilson, is an American rapper from New Orleans, Louisiana. He started in the group called Murder Inc. with Legend Man, MC L a.k.a. L or L the Black Robin Hood and a female rapper called Alamo. Murder Inc. Released two independent albums, Playin' for Keeps in 1995, and Let's Die 2-Gether in 1997 on Hard Head Records. He is currently signed with No Limit Forever Records.

Early Career[edit]

He then released two independent solo albums, I Shed Tears for the World in 1998, and Please Don't Kill Me in 1999 on Ruff Era Records. Bootleggers released copies of his solo albums and said that they were 2Pac/Makaveli unreleased albums/mixtapes. He was also featured on Legend Man's Pressure & Pain solo album and Face Forever's World Of Crime album. He makes an uncredited appearance on the Da Wild Boyz's Time For Da Real album. He also presented a Soundtrack Release Album called Recognize Game.

504 Boyz and Breather Life[edit]

He then signed with No Limit Records in 2000 and joined 504 Boyz for the group's debut album, Goodfellas. He appeared on Mr. Marcelo's Brick Livin' and on C-Murder's Trapped in Crime. His next album, Breather Life, was released on August 7, 2001 by No Limit subsidiary Soulja Army Records. The album reached #91 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #31 on the Top Independent Albums charts. His last album, Us Killing Us, was released on Breather Life Records in 2004.[1]

No Limit Forever[edit]

As of 2012 he is currently signed to No Limit Forever after reconnecting with Master P.


Studio albums[edit]

Year Album Chart Positions
US Hip-Hop
2001 Breather Life 91
2014 TBA TBR

Independent albums[edit]

Year Album Chart Positions
US Hip-Hop US Independent
1995 Playin' for Keeps (with Murder Inc.)
1997 Let's Die 2-Gether (with Murder Inc.)
1998 I Shed Tears for the World
1999 Please don't Kill Me
2004 Us Killin' Us
2007 Hood Hustlin' Vol.9 (with Nino)

With 504 Boyz[edit]

Year Album Chart Positions
US US Hip-Hop
2000 Goodfellas 2 1
2002 Ballers 49 13
2005 Hurricane Katrina: We Gon Bounce Back - -


  1. ^ "Krazy Album & Song Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved January 26, 2010.