New Orleans rapper Krazy first hit the scene in 1996 with the album I Shed Tears for the World which spawned the single "Chopper City," which proved to be a regional radio and club favorite and led to numerous comparisons to Tupac Shakur (both posses a similar rapping style and fondness for the same lyrical subject matter). Other releases soon followed, including My Krazy World and Recognize Game. Renowned rap artist/producer Master P soon discovered Krazy, who hooked him up with 504 Boyz, as he lent his rapping skills to their 2000 hit single "Wobble Wobble" and full-length album Goodfellas. August of 2001 saw the release of Krazy's first solo releases for Master P's Soulja Army Records, titled Breather Life, an album that featured guest appearances by C-Murder, Snoop Dogg, and even Master P himself. ~ Greg Prato, Rovi