Psychosiz is an American video game designer and rapper.[1] He is a member of hip hop groups Thirsty Fish, Swim Team,[2] and Customer Service.[3]

Also known asPsycho
OriginLos Angeles, California
GenresUnderground hip hop
Years active2005-present
LabelsMush Records
Associated actsProject Blowed, Thirsty Fish, Swim Team, Customer Service, Open Mike Eagle, Dumbfoundead, Nocando, SP83, Kail


Shortly after being introduced to Project Blowed by SP83, Psychosiz requested membership in the newly formed group Customer Service alongside SP83, Kail, Y-Not, JoeSue, A-ok, and group leader Nocando.[4]

Psychosiz formed Thirsty Fish alongside Open Mike Eagle and Dumbfoundead. The trio released the debut album Testing the Waters in 2007.[5] The second album, Watergate, was released on Mush Records in 2011.[6]

Shortly after the formation of Thirsty Fish, Psychosiz expanded the roster to include several more Los Angeles rappers to the Project Blowed scene.[7]

Psychosiz has been featured on several solo projects by Swim Team members including Sahtyre's debut album High Saht.[8]



  • Please Hold (2005) as Customer Service
  • Testing the Waters (2007) as Thirsty Fish
  • Ocean's 11 (2008) as Swim Team
  • Free Y-Not (2009) as Customer Service
  • Watergate (2011) as Thirsty Fish

Guest appearances

  • 8-Bit Bandit & Dumbfoundead - "Three Pipes" from Super Barrio Bros. (2007)
  • Open Mike Eagle - "Broken Face" from Premeditated Folly (2008)
  • Kenny Segal - "Pot Luck" from Ken Can Cook (2008)
  • Sahtyre - "Move" from High Saht (2009)
  • DJ Zo - "Player Collab" from Chocolate Water (2009)
  • Open Mike Eagle - "Go Home" from Unapologetic Art Rap (2010)

Compilation appearances


  1. Quinlan, Thomas (28 May 2011). "Thirsty Fish - Watergate". Exclaim!.
  2. "MP3: Swim Team Members Open Mike Eagle, Dumbfoundead, Sahtyre, and Alpha MC". URB. 6 May 2009. Archived from the original on 21 October 2012.
  3. Lee, Jooyoung (2010). "'Blowing Up' at Project Blowed: Rap Dreams and Young Black Men". In Hunt, Darnell; Ramon, Ana-Christina (eds.). Black Los Angeles: American Dreams and Racial Realities. New York University Press. p. 129.
  4. "Reviews « The Urban Decadence". Retrieved 4 February 2010.
  5. Fernandez, J R. (1 April 2008). "MGF Presents the Thirsty Fish Testing the Waters Roundtable Review Extravaganza!". Inside Pulse.
  6. O'Doherty, James (15 October 2011). "Thirsty Fish - Watergate (2011 LP)". The AU Review.
  7. "MIKE EAGLE. « The Urban Decadence". 30 April 2009. Retrieved 4 February 2010.
  8. "High Saht by Sahtyre - Download High Saht on iTunes". iTunes. 14 March 2009. Retrieved 4 February 2010.
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