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Birth Name Christopher Michael Caruso
Name Kasizah
Born Tuesday, April 10, 2001 @ 9:41 PM
Years Active 2012-2014 (Titus era)
2015-2017 (Yung Chrixto era)
2019-2021 (K.mc. era)
2021- (Kasizah era)
Latest Album "What You Had (ft. TheByMyself)"
Associated With Liz Jaconetta, GT Will (former), thebymyself
TN Five (left)
Label(s) Grayson Records (2015-2019)
Records DK (2020)
Chattanooga Studio 51 (2019-Present)
Website audiomack, SoundCloud, Instagram, Reddit (r/TheMango)

Kris Caruso (pronounced keroo-ZOH) is an omnisexual Mediterranean/Spanish/Middle Eastern Hip-Hop/Soul artist who began writing music (mixtapes at first) in 2012, and [officially] in 2015. In early 2016, xe began to take pokes at Donald Trump and the alt-right through xis work, along with xis peers in the group TN Five, an alt-rock/Horrorcore group in the Williamson Country area of Tennessee.

When 2018 rolled around, things began to get tense when Ken-Tech and Chika began to produce works that got the attention of the local authorities. After thinking xe lost xis girlfriend (Cody Robinson, a.k.a. The W3ndigo) and Ken-Tech getting hit by a bus whilst running from the police after being charged with indecent exposure in a public area, K.mc. changed xis stage name from Yung Christo to K.mc., deleted all of xis works from the Internet, struggled through xis own real-life version of Relapse, and finished xis first semester of college. Shortly after, xe cut all ties with Grayson Records and went out on his own.

Xe also had the unfortunate experience of doing a collaboration with the god-awful Lil Xin and somehow worse 9lokkNine.

In December of 2020, Kasizah was given the opportunity by Liz Jaconetta to do cover art for her single "What You Had". Xe has releases scheduled for 2022 (claimed), a set of projects titled Titus MMXXI.

Sources of Inspiration[]

Kasizah states the following artists as xis key inspiration behind xis works:



  • Panic! At the Disco
  • Gia Woods
  • N.W.A.
  • The Weeknd
  • Dua Lipa
  • Sorry
  • Childish Gambino
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic
  • Slim Shady

Aliases/Alter Egos[]

  • K.mc.
  • Yung Christo
  • Titus
  • Shxfty
  • currently unknown


The Titus and Titus II mixtapes only existed in casette format. Between the two mixtapes, there's a total of only 37 copies that were ever made.


For info on Kasizah's music, see Music by Kasizah.