marracash

marracash

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Biography

MARRACASH BIO
Born in Milan, from Sicilian parents, Italian rapper Marracash (real name: Fabio Rizzo) is one of the
members of Dogo Gang, a hip-hop collective that also includes the likes of Club Dogo, Vincenzo da
Via Anfossi, Ted Bundy, and others. In 1998 his name started to spread after he became a regular of
the Muretto, one of Milan's most important hip-hop clubs. After debuting on PMC Vs. Club Dogo: The
Official Mixtape (2004), Marracash participated in some records by other Dogo Gang artists, such as
Don Joevanni and Guè Pequeno. His first single, "Popolare," was released in 2005 and later included
in the self-released mixtape Roccia Music, which included guest appearances by Club Dogo and Inoki.
The mixtape received a huge and instant underground success, that's why in a few months (early
2008) Marracash signed with Universal and released the album Marracash, produced by Dogo Gang
beatmakers Don Joe and Deleterio. Thanks to wit lyrics and powerful beats, the album reached gold
status; the single, Badabum Cha Cha, was the summer anthem in Italy that year. During the same
year he also took part in the first Dogo Gang compilation, Benvenuti nella Giungla. In 2010, Marracash
the sophomore album, Fino A Qui Tutto Bene, with smashing singles Stupido and Rivincita. Today
Marracash is among the very best and most known hip hop artists in Italy receiving incredible success,
both from critics and audiences alike.