Lil' Fizz

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Lil' Fizz
Birth name Dreux Pierre Frédéric
Also known as Lil' Fizz, Fizz, Fizzo, Air Fizzo
Born (1985-11-26) November 26, 1985 (age 32)
New Orleans, Louisiana
Origin Watts, California
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, songwriter, record producer, television personality
Instruments Vocal
Years active 1998–present
Labels Fo' Reel Entertainment, Popular Entertainment, Agrestic Music Group
Associated acts B2K, J-Boog, Omarion, Play, Ray J, Missez, Raz-B, Cardan

Dreux Pierre Frédéric (born November 26, 1985), better known by his stage name Lil' Fizz, is an American rapper, record producer and television personality best known for being the youngest member and rapper of the R&B group, B2K. Formerly, he starred on the television show Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

Early life[edit]

Frédéric was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is of Louisiana Creole heritage. He later moved to Los Angeles, California, where he pursued his career in music. He had been interested in music since he was a child and knew he wanted to be a rapper when he grew up. In 1998, he started a boy band by the name of “B2K” which stands for “Boys of the New Millennium”. The band was named thus due to the fact that the start of the new millennium was the time that they started making music.[1]


Lil' Fizz was a member of the group B2K from 1998 to 2004, known as the rapper of the group. After the group broke up, he began his independent rapping career. His debut EP, Payday, was released on July 17, 2007 on iTunes as a digital download release.[2]

He reconnected with former fellow B2K member J-Boog and long time friend and business manager Damuer H. Leffridge to launch a new record label, Popular Entertainment. Under Popular Ent. They released a 5-song EP entitled Night Life, available for digital download on iTunes September 2009.


Extended plays[edit]

  • 2007: Payday
  • 2009: Night Life (with J-Boog)


  • 2006: Fluid
  • 2007: Beds (featuring Ray J)
  • 2009: Bounce (with J-Boog)
  • 2013: Becky
  • 2014: Famous (featuring Fresco Kane)
  • 2015: Good Lotion





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