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Background information
Birth name Rufus Johnson
Born July 5, 1976 (1976-07-05) (age 33)
Origin Detroit, Michigan
Genres Hip hop, Horrorcore, Hardcore hip hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1995 - present
Labels Shady Records
Interscope Records
Red Head Records
Koch Records
Associated acts D12, Eminem, King Gordy, Gorillaz, Swifty McVay, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Prozak (rapper), Killer Mike, DJ Clay, Three 6 Mafia

Rufus Arthur Johnson, better known as Bizarre (born July 5, 1976 in Detroit, Michigan)[1], is an American recording artist best known for his work with Detroit hip-hop group D12.

He has appeared in many magazines including Rolling Stone and The Source. His story-telling rap style consists mostly of exaggerated instances of sex, child abuse, and rape (freely mentioning domestic violence, incest, and bestiality). It is mostly an attempt to be comedic, but also to vent the frustrations from his life and childhood.



When rapper Proof formed the group D12, he asked Bizarre to join. Bizarre has worked on all of D12's albums, and has featured on some of Eminem's work, such as the track "Amityville" off the Marshall Mathers LP.

In 2005, Bizarre started his own record label, as a subsidiary of Shady Records. Some of the artists featured on his 2005 album Hannicap Circus are signed to this label, including Sindee Syringe and Young Miles. He has also signed KB, formerly of Scarface's Facemob.

In 2006, Johnson was featured on season 3 of VH1's Celebrity Fit Club.

Bizarre was featured in the track "Wet Dreams" on Twiztid's 2007 album Independents Day, and also joined them for the "Toxic Terror" tour with Twiztid, DJ Clay, and Project Born. In 2008 Bizarre had his own solo track on DJ Clay's Let Em Bleed: The Mixxtape Volume 2 called "Juggalo."

An interview in which Bizarre stated that he was interested in helping up-and-coming artists was played on the Tim Westwood show on BBC Radio 1 in January 2008. Subsequently, Bizarre featured heavily on the single "Who the Fuck are You" with UK rapper SamuelVictor. When the track was premiered on BBC Radio 1 on September 11, 2008 the DJ and producer recounted the story and said that it was the first time that a UK rapper had worked with Bizarre or D12, discounting their work with Gorillaz, as only D12 rapped on the track.On March 12, 2010 Bizzare Released 2 Singles Off The Upcoming Friday Night At St. Andrews,Believer Ft. Tech N9ne and Rap Finest.



  • Hate Music (2008)
  • Liquor, Weed & Food Stamps (2009)

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