FRZY Joins 100.7 Star Pittsburgh

100.7 Star WBZZ PittsburghPittsburgh native FRZY is joining Audacy CHR “100.7 Star” WBZZ New Kensington/Pittsburgh to host a nightly show from 7-8pm.

The rapper and personality will host “Feeling FRZY” on weeknights starting May 2. FRZY previously held the Guinness world record for longest rap marathon by an individual and won an Emmy award in 2018 for his hip-hop remix of Fred Rogers’ “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” for WQED-TV.

Audacy announced the launch of “Feeling FRZY” on 100.7 Star (WBZZ-FM) in Pittsburgh as part of the station’s weeknight programming. Beginning May 2, “Feeling FRZY,” featuring Emmy award-winning Pittsburgh artist Frzy, will be heard weekdays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET.

“Feeling FRZY” is all about how Frzy is feeling on various topics from music, movies, video games, pop culture and social issues. It’s an inside take on being a national music artist in the industry, pop culture connoisseur and a Pittsburgh native.

“We’re excited to have Frzy officially join the Audacy Pittsburgh family,” said Michael Spacciapolli, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Audacy Pittsburgh. “He’s been a friend of the station and we’re fortunate to have an opportunity to bring a talented on-air personality with Pittsburgh roots to our 100.7 Star listeners every day.”

“I am so excited and honored to be joining the Star family,” said Frzy. “It’ll be fun to add my energy to an already bright STAR. They have always treated me like family but now we’re officially blood.”

Frzy is an Emmy Award winner, member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYS and Guinness World Record holder for longest freestyle rap.

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