Pittsburgh Rapper Still Going Strong In Attempt To Break World Record

Pittsburgh Rapper Still Going Strong In Attempt To Break World Record

PITTSBURGH (KDKA)–Local rapper Harvey ‘Frzy’ Daniels is well past the halfway mark in his attempt to break the Guinness World Record for longest freestyle rap.


Now, his end time might change.


‘Frzy’ started his quest Saturday morning to set the record at 31 straight hours.


Primanti’s says if he raps for an additional two hours, he’ll get a year’s supply of free sandwiches.


The Emmy award-winning rapper/musician is making the attempt on the 1-year anniversary of Frzy Day, which was given to him by the City of Pittsburgh on January 11th, 2019.


(Photo Credit: KDKA Videographer Tim Lawson)


The event is being held at The Block Northway until 5 p.m. Sunday. It’s open to the public and will be live streamed across mutiple platforms.


To help Frzy accomplish this global record, there will be non-stop music by 13 DJs from Grind Hard, 26 producers, and interactive games.


(Photo Credit: KDKA Videographer Tim Lawson)


You can be part of history by recording your name at the event, and once the attempt is approved, you will have the opportunity to send away for a certificate from Guinness World Records.