Frenzo Harami is a British rapper from Walthamstow. He is born into a Muslim family in 1990 and his birthplace is Jehlum, Pakistan but currently living in Walthamstow, London, England. His height is about 5′ 10”.
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Frenzo faced many problems in his life and end up selling drugs to support himself and his music but later he started rapping seriously in 2018.
In 2019, he came out the song like ”Next Up”, ”Raamiya”, ”Dil Da Raami”, ”Saari Raat” and ”Sarangi” celebrated with Ickey Singh and Raashi Sood.
He came into prominence in 2019 with his single “Chaabian Boyz” which was a collaborative effort with Shaker the Baker. The song was banned by the BBC due to the nature of the song ”glamorizing sexual exploitation” with lyrics referring to a prostitution ring.
After that, he released his debut 5 track extended play album, Gundeh Paseh, later on in the same year. Chaabian Boyz: Volume 2 was released in January 2020. The album features vocals from Shaker the Baker and received over 500,000 streams within 24 hours of release.
On 1 May 2019, Frenzo appeared on the late-night radio show with Kan D Man and DJ Limelight on BBC Asian Network. Frenzo’s single “Chaabian Boyz” was aired on the radio. The song also saw Frenzo referring to himself as a “Pimp”. BBC subsequently stated that the version of the track aired on the radio did not meet their editorial standards, and was played on the Asian Network, in error.