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About Bizarre

Bizarre came to mainstream prominence as the shower-capped heavyweight member of Eminem's D12 crew, which swept to success in Slim Shady's considerable wake with releases on Shady Records. A longtime cohort of Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem), Bizarre -- born Rufus Johnson into a Jehovah's Witness family in Detroit -- delivered his first solo record on Federation Records in 1998 with the underground sound of the Attack of the Weirdos EP. Hannicap Circus was released in 2005 and is chock-full of the rapper's trademark drug-mangled, sex-obsessed lyrical tomfoolery. Bizarre followed the album up with a worldwide tour alongside the likes of 50 Cent, G-Unit, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz and, of course, D12 and Eminem.

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Listen toBizarreon Rhapsody

Bizarre came to mainstream prominence as the shower-capped heavyweight member of Eminem's D12 crew, which swept to success in Slim Shady's considerable wake with releases on Shady Records. A longtime cohort of Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem), Bizarre -- born Rufus Johnson into a Jehovah's Witness family in Detroit -- delivered his first solo record on Federation Records in 1998 with the underground sound of the Attack of the Weirdos EP. Hannicap Circus was released in 2005 and is chock-full of the rapper's trademark drug-mangled, sex-obsessed lyrical tomfoolery. Bizarre followed the album up with a worldwide tour alongside the likes of 50 Cent, G-Unit, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz and, of course, D12 and Eminem.

About Bizarre

Bizarre came to mainstream prominence as the shower-capped heavyweight member of Eminem's D12 crew, which swept to success in Slim Shady's considerable wake with releases on Shady Records. A longtime cohort of Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem), Bizarre -- born Rufus Johnson into a Jehovah's Witness family in Detroit -- delivered his first solo record on Federation Records in 1998 with the underground sound of the Attack of the Weirdos EP. Hannicap Circus was released in 2005 and is chock-full of the rapper's trademark drug-mangled, sex-obsessed lyrical tomfoolery. Bizarre followed the album up with a worldwide tour alongside the likes of 50 Cent, G-Unit, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz and, of course, D12 and Eminem.

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About Bizarre

Bizarre came to mainstream prominence as the shower-capped heavyweight member of Eminem's D12 crew, which swept to success in Slim Shady's considerable wake with releases on Shady Records. A longtime cohort of Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem), Bizarre -- born Rufus Johnson into a Jehovah's Witness family in Detroit -- delivered his first solo record on Federation Records in 1998 with the underground sound of the Attack of the Weirdos EP. Hannicap Circus was released in 2005 and is chock-full of the rapper's trademark drug-mangled, sex-obsessed lyrical tomfoolery. Bizarre followed the album up with a worldwide tour alongside the likes of 50 Cent, G-Unit, Lil' Jon & the East Side Boyz and, of course, D12 and Eminem.

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