In 2003, I created a hip-hop sketch comedy character named Kid Wiz. Kid Wiz was a combination of acting, improv, and hip-hop. On his first solo project, hardcore rapper Kid Wiz disrespected his mentor and ex band mate Big Poopie with the release of “The Big Poopie Dis Album”.
I recorded and mixed the Kid Wiz album in my closet with a 16 track recorder and borrowed beats from the internet. In the video you can see my recording space when I am rapping into the mic. Good times. Kit Bishop took the album cover photos and together we designed the CD layout.
Over the years, I expanded the Kid Wiz concept and wrote a children’s cartoon treatment called The Adventures of Kid Wiz and Lil Fatback and a short screenplay titled “Shine-alholic”. Below are the tracks to Kid Wiz’s “Big Poopie Dis Album”. Bob your head to the hilarious rhymes of the one and only Kid Wiz.