Bizzle in 2007
|Birth name||Maxwell Ansah|
|Also known as||Lethal B|
14 September 1984 |
Walthamstow, London, England,
|Genres||Grime, British hip hop|
|Associated acts||More Fire Crew, Gallows, Donae'o, Twista, Fire Camp, Vato Gonzalez, Diztortion, Scrufizzer, Tempa T, JME, Krept and Konan(Duo)|
In December 2004, he released the single "Pow (Forward)", also known as "Forward Riddim" which was banned from airplay by some mainstream radio stations. It entered the UK Singles Chart at number 11 in its first week on the chart in 2005, and it reached number one on the UK Dance Chart. He won a MOBO for "Pow (Forward)" as 'Best Single', and was nominated at the same awards as 'Best Newcomer'.
Earlier he was a part of the group More Fire Crew. In 2002, their track "Oi!" reached the Top 10 of the UK Singles Chart. In early July 2005, Lethal Bizzle appeared on stage at the final Live 8 concert in Edinburgh. In 2011, he had a cameo in the Adam Deacon film Anuvahood, knocking him out in the opening scene. He had a feud with N-Dubz over intellectual property rights citing emails of hooks he had sent Tulisa. N Dubz members Tulisa and Dappy responded with foul-mouthed attacks. Bizzle later started a successful T-shirt business with his cousin and footballer Emmanuel Frimpong, featuring his catchphrase "Dench". Since then he has been very successful branching out to his fans on Snapchat, that has led him to create the hit song 'Rari Workout'. In 2012, he appeared in the BBC Three comedy drama, Bad Education in which he competed in a rap battle with the headmaster.
On 20 October 2013, Lethal B appeared on BBC's Match of the Day 2; after being hired to deliver a one-off report on the Arsenal Premier League match against Norwich City. On 17 April 2014, Bizzle made a guest appearance on ITV2's Celebrity Juice.
On 22 September 2014, Lethal Bizzle along with DJ Semtex, DJ Target, and A.Dot, took part in a special BBC iPlayer version of the classic quiz show Mastermind titled Hip Hop Mastermind, presented by host John Humphrys, which Semtex went on to win. Bizzle has had three singles reach number 11 in the UK Singles Chart.
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|
|Against All Oddz||89|
|Back to Bizznizz||86|
|"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|Best of Bizzle||
|Da Bizzle Mixtape||
|SKvibemakers Presents The Best Of The Bizzle|
As lead artist
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
(with More Fire Crew)
|2002||7||1||More Fire Crew C.V.|
(featuring Fumin, D Double E, Nappa, Jamakabi, Neeko, Flowdan, Ozzie B, Forcer & Demon)
|"Uh Oh (I'm Back)"||2005||47||9||Against All Oddz|
|"What We Do"
(with Kray Twinz, Twista & Gappy Ranks)
|"Mind Your Head"
(limited edition 7" vinyl single)
|2007||—||—||Back to Bizznizz|
|"Bizzle Bizzle" /
"Babylon Burning the Ghetto"
|"Police on My Back"||37||11|
|"Going Out Tonight"||—||—|
|"Go Go Go!"
|2010||—||6||Best of Bizzle|
(featuring JME, Wiley, Chipmunk, 2Face, P Money, Ghetts & Kano)
|"Mind Spinning"||73||21||Non-album singles|
|"Look Up to the Sky"
(featuring Jamal Hadaway)
|"Leave It Yeah"
(featuring JME & Fire Camp)
|"Not a Saint"
(Vato Gonzalez vs. Lethal Bizzle & Donae'o)
|"They Got It Wrong"
(featuring Ruby Goe)
(featuring Cherri Voncelle)
(featuring JME & Tempa T)
|"—" denotes a single that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
As featured artist
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
|"Maybe Ting Refix"
(Ozzie B featuring Lip E, Double S, Shocka, Flirta D, Lethal Bizzle, JME and Frisco) 
(New World Sound & Thomas Newson featuring Lethal Bizzle)
|"Leave It Yeah (Remix)"
(featuring Emmanuel Frimpong, JME, Scrufizzer, 2Face, Frisco & Flowdan)
|"Not a Saint"
- "Biography by Cyril Cordor". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 27 February 2009.
- Hislop, Rachel (9 August 2012). "UK artist Lethal B said Jay-Z performed over his beat better than he did!". GlobalGrind.com. Retrieved 26 May 2013.
- Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 318. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- "2005: Lauryn Hill, Damian Marley and Lemar | MOBO Awards". Mobo.com. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
- "Music - More Fire Crew". BBC. 1 January 1970. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
- Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 378. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- "Live 8". Rwdmag.com. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
- Annika Allen. "Lethal Bizzle talks movies and music". Flavourmag. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
- "N-Dubz have foul-mouthed row with Lethal Bizzle at Soccer Six charity tournament". Mirror.co.uk. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 6 October 2013.
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- "Emmanuel Frimpong and Lethal Bizzle release range of Judi Dench clothing". talkSPORT. Retrieved 23 May 2014.
- "Lethal B tweets about being on 'A Bad Education'". Retrieved 1 January 2013.
- "Lethal B On MOTD2'". What's Good? Online. Retrieved 20 October 2013.
- "Celebrity Juice: Lethal Bizzle & Jamie Laing talk sausages & dirty drizzle & WHAT is the seal doing? VIDEO". Unreality TV.
- "BBC Radio 1Xtra - Hip Hop Mastermind". BBC 1Xtra. BBC. 22 September 2014. Retrieved 22 September 2014.
- "Lethal Bizzle" (select "Albums" tab). Official Charts Company. Retrieved 28 May 2015.
- "Playground (feat. Shakka) – Single by Lethal Bizzle". iTunes Store. Apple. Retrieved 16 July 2015.
- "Maybe Ting Refix - GMTA, Firecamp, Marvel + Boy Better Know Refix DJ RAPH MASHUP REMIX". SoundCloud.
- Lethal Bizzle – official site
- Lethal Bizzle discography at Discogs
- Lethal Bizzle on Myspace
- Going Out Tonight review on the Daily Music Guide
- Lethal Bizzle interview at the Daily Music Guide
- Royal Artist Club – official mobile blog
- Lethal Bizzle interview at Britishhiphop.co.uk
- Lethal Bizzle interview by Rashmi Shastri
- Lethal Bizzle in the Virgin Red Room
- Lethal Bizzle Dench Clothing