|Lock your doors beetlebat im on my way|
|Born||September 30, 2004|
|Place of birth||Bay City, Michigan, U.S.|
Yung Schmoobin (allegedly)
Twisted Wizard (born September 30, 2004) is a singer, songwriter, rapper, guitarist and professional home invader of Michigan Residents. He was discovered by Flex Entertainment owner Lil Mosquito Disease and signed on April 26, 2022. He would later be sacked on September 10, 2022 due to various incidents involving him, then re-signed on June 9, 2023 after showing improvement in both music and character. He was the band leader of boy band Tom's White Knights with plumber Royal Flush and 2016 Meme Maker Yung Snoozy.
He is best known for his songs "Eazy on Mii", "I don't give a d*mn bout my bad reputation", "DONKEY PUNCH", "Here I Go" and his most popular song, "You Won't Like Me". He has currently released two projects in the form of "I Will Survive Being Bootylicious" and "Tell Em Twizzy". His songs under the Tom's White Knights boy band have also gained some recognition, specifically "American Power".
Twisted's music usually involves him singing or rapping about women, guns and often times American culture. He usually uses a very distinct style of autotune along with what appears to be a not very expensive mic.
Career[edit | edit source]
Beginnings and first mixtapes (2019-2021)[edit | edit source]
Twisted Wizard would start making music around 2019. Between 2019 and 2021, he would release a total of three mixtapes titled Red, Redder, and Reddest. They did not garner much attention and are considered "really bad" by Twisted himself and have since been privated from the internet due to their quality. The only remaining songs from this era of Twisted Wizard are his cover of "Demons" by experimental car commercial band Imagine Dragons and an original track titled "Hope".
Rise and fall in Flex Entertainment (2022)[edit | edit source]
Twisted would join the Flex community in February. He would quickly become a popular member of the server as he interacted in many voice calls with other Flex members. He would be signed after owner Lil Mosquito Disease heard about the Tom's White Knights band idea and thought it was a funny idea. After joining, people would notice a striking resemblance to Flex Entertainment founder Yung Schmoobin due to Twisted owning similar glasses and having a similar haircut. Even Schmoobin himself was bewildered.
Tom's White Knight's would become a popular group in Flex after their debut single "American Power" which released on April 19. The song was a hit, however this would be the only one as every other Tom's White Knights single would flop harder than the last and be critically lambasted. The main point of criticism was the reliance on unoriginal American political humor that got old after the first track for many.
On June 17, Twisted would release his debut solo Flex Entertainment single in the form of "Eazy on Mii" featuring his boy bandmate Royal Flush. The song did surprisingly well commercially and critically with most considering it Twisted's best work to that point. He would follow it up with his debut album "I Will Survive Being Bootylicious" on June 24. The album received mixed reviews upon release although the reception for it has dwindled even lower over the past few months.
On August 5, Twisted would purchase a feature from associate CL0WHN for the price of 15 British pounds. Once word had gotten out that this purchase was made, Twisted would be criticized as many saw it as a scam to pay someone like CL0WHN 15 pounds when most likely he could have gotten it for free. Many would also allege that the verse was stolen from another CL0WHN although it was confirmed to be original. Twisted would release a track titled "Not Again" the same day. The track would feature Twisted firing back at CL0WHN for making him pay 15 pounds and claiming he will never pay him again because "he is not Emily Finchum" and that he will indeed still use CL0WHN's beat before telling him to fuck himself.
The Twisted Wizard feature purchasing incident would leave a stain on his career for weeks after the incident until Kenny, along with Yung Lambo, CL0WHN and several others would get into a voice call with Twisted. After Kenny clowned on Twisted for spending $15 dollars for a feature from colleague CL0WHN, Twisted would respond with the now infamous quote "Kenny can you hear me? That's weird because I just blocked you!". Shortly after this incident E.M.B.E.E and Kenny would create the track "IT'S COMING HOME" which would outsell the entire Tom's White Knights album on the Flex Hot 100. Because of these incidents, Twisted would get the sack from Flex.
Due to these various incidents and other reasons, Twisted would be kicked from the label on September 10. He would remain in the server for a few months before executives beetlebat and J Coyn Drive decided it would be a good idea to temporarily ban him from the server so he could have a break. After being banned, Twisted would post a tweet on Twitter claiming he was "going to do something". Many interpreted this in a bad way and thought Twisted was going to either hurt himself or rob fellow Michigan rapper beetlebat. Beetlebat would even lock his doors as a precaution. It would be confirmed that the Tweet was nothing serious and Twisted had simply tweeted that as he found a mug with Nav's face on it that he had printed months earlier and lost.
After that latest incident, Twisted took a break from Discord through October 2022, ending his break on November 4, 2022. When he returned to the server, he was surprised to learn that Flex Entertainment had taken a liking to his single "Donkey Punch", for it's lyrical absurdity. It eventually became his most popular song, in terms of YouTube views.
Tell Em Twizzy (2023)[edit | edit source]
Twisted released the first single for his second studio album, Tell Em Twizzy, in January 2023. The track was titled "Dude, Chill", and featured Twisted singing without autotune over a reggae instrumental. The track was reacted to on Flex's Got Talent Episode 4. Beetlebat and that episode's special guest Interbrain liked the track, but Lil Mosquito Disease and Yung Lambo, understandably, took issue with the line "no more crying in the call". This line was changed to "no more wishing on a downfall" on streaming services, the original being only available on Soundcloud.
The following month, Twisted went back on Flex's Got Talent with Tell Em Twizzy's second single, "Here I Go". The track featured a sample of Whitesnake's 1987 #1 hit "Here I Go Again" on a drill beat. The track received mixed to positive reviews on Flex's Got Talent but it did not get Twisted back into Flex because Lil Squeaky, that episode's guest, didn't like it. However, many others did enjoy it.
After a flop single "Goin' Out", Twisted surprised everybody with the release of his album's fourth and final single, "You Won't Like Me". The song leaned heavily into southern metal and "kratoscore", parodying the style of bands such as Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin and Godsmack. The song was very positively recieved for it's ridiculous lyrics and Twisted's hilarious autotuned growling, however it did not quite get Twisted Wizard back into Flex because he was told by the execs that he needed to be consistently good. The song was promoted in various places by Yung Snoozy and Kenny Mgee, causing the song's music video to be Twisted's first to cross 1k views on Youtube.
Tell Em Twizzy released on May 26, to generally positive reviews. It was praised for it's large improvement in sound and substance over it's predecessor, as well as it's genuinely funny humor. The positive reviews led to Twisted being re-signed on June 9.
He followed up his success with an EP released in July titled "An Overwhelming Surplus Of Diggity" which received positive reviews.
In October, he announced his third solo album, titled "Christian Dubstep Room".
Discography[edit | edit source]
Albums[edit | edit source]
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
|I Will Survive Being Bootylicious||
|Tell Em Twizzy||
|Christian Dubstep Room||TBA||TBA||TBA|
EPs[edit | edit source]
|Title||Chart Peaks||Album Details|
|Flexing Into Infinity
(as "Yung Schmoobin")
|I Survived Being Bootylicious||
|An Overwhelming Surplus of Diggity||
|Cover Your Ears||
Mashup Albums[edit | edit source]
|No Brakes On This Clown Car, Vol. 1||
Singles[edit | edit source]
|"Eazy On Mii"
(feat. Royal Flush)
||I Will Survive Being Bootylicious|
|"Better Flex Fest 2022"||46||—||28||non-album single|
|58||—||31||I Survived Being Bootylicious|
|"Jason (10/31/22 Mix)"||46||—||33||I Will Survive Being Bootylicious|
|"Dude, Chill"||2023||—||—||—||Tell Em Twizzy|
|"Here I Go"||—||—||—|
|"Let Me Love You"
(feat. Maxi Water Tower)
|—||—||—||Tell Em Twizzy|
|"You Won't Like Me"||26||—||15||
(feat. HOOD GUY & Lil Soz)
|"We Are The World 38 For Diagnosis Spring 2023"
(with Artists For Diagnosis)
|"Pretty Good Right Now"
|7||32||5||Christian Dubstep Room|
Promotional Singles[edit | edit source]
|"This is Our Year (Detroit Lions Hype Anthem 2023)"
(with Jorge De Guzman)
Features[edit | edit source]
(CRZFawkz with Twisted Wizard)
(Royal Flush feat. Twisted Wizard)
White Fury & Yung Snoozy feat. Twisted Wizard
|96||Hours Before Jogger Fury|
Other Charted Songs[edit | edit source]
|"Stupor Hero"||2022||36||26||I Will Survive Being Bootylicious|
|"Board With A Nail In It"||43||31|
|"Transformers"||61||—||No Brakes On This Clown Car, Vol 1|
||An Overwhelming Surplus Of Diggity|
|"I'm All That"||35||23|
|"Face Drop"||14||12||Cover Your Ears|
|"Hey Soul Sister"||16||13|
|"Built This Pool"||20||14|
|"Living Is Dying"||24||15|
|"Slow Dancing In The Dark"||26||16|
|"Hide & Seek"||27||17|