Bret Hadley "Epic" Mazur is an American vocalist, rapper, and record producer. He is best known as a founder and former frontman of the rap rock band Crazy Town.
|Birth name:||Bret Hadley Mazur|
|Also known as:||Epic, Epic Mazur|
|Born:||August 31, 1970, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.|
|Genres:||Rap rock, alternative hip hop, nu metal, rap metal, alternative rock, hip hop|
|Occupation(s):||Producer, musician, singer, rapper, songwriter, sound designer, mix engineer|
|Instruments:||Vocals, bass, keyboards, Turntables, Beatboxing|
|Years active:||1986–2003, 2006–present|
|Associated acts:||Crazy Town, Shifty Shellshock, Bell Biv DeVoe|
About Epic Mazur
Rapper and producer best known as the frontman for the rap-rock crew Crazy Town. Crazy Town's album "The Gift of Game" sold more than 1.5 million copies off the strength of the hit single "Butterfly".
Born Bret Mazur, he began DJ'ing at age sixteen and started working as one half of the production duo Wolf & Epic shortly thereafter.
Despite the massive success of "The Gift of Game", Crazy Town's follow-up, "Dark Horse", was such a commercial failure that it spurned the band's breakup.
His cousin is actress Monet Mazur, who has had a recurring role on the series "NCIS: Los Angeles".
He was bandmates in Crazy Town with Seth Brooks Binzer, who appeared on VH1's "Celebrity Rehab" following years of substance abuse.
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