Frzy Past Halfway Point Of Record-Breaking Freestyle, Primanti’s Raises The Stakes

Shawn Digity
January 12, 2020 - 12:04 pm
Guinness World Record

Maja Hitij / Staff

PITTSBURGH (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Frzy is over halfway through his record-breaking freestyle attempt, and Primanti’s has raised the stakes.

Frzy, the Emmy-winning rapper, is trying to set a new record for the longest freestyle rap.

Currently, the Pittsburgh-based rapper is the middle of his attempt to break the Guinness world Record. 

Harvey Daniels, better known by his “Frzy” stage name, is undertaking a major challenge to rap for a nonstop 31 hours.

The event is being held at and sponsored by the Block Northway, while Frzy takes the stage for those 31 hours.

Frzy started his rap on Saturday, January 11 at 10 a.m.

Primanti’s has upped the ante with a new proposal, though. 

If Frzy raps for 33 hours instead of the originally planned 31 hours, then the restaurant will offer him a year’s supply of sandwiches.

Frzy’s freestyle was first planned to end at 5 p.m. on Sunday, but that could change given the new potential bonus that Primanti’s has offered.

UPDATE: Frzy has succeeded in breaking the world record.

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