Fabio Rizzo (b. Nicosia, May 22, 1979), better known by his stage name Marracash, is an Italian rapper of Sicilian origin. He is also a member of the Milan-based rap group Dogo Gang. He launched his musical career at the "Muretto", a popular Milanese location frequented by Italian hip hop groups. His first album with Dogo Gang was released in 2004. Marracash released his self-titled debut solo album in 2008. To date, Marracash has released four albums, three of which were with Dogo Gang.
Marracash has been a member of Dogo gang since the group's appearance in 2004 with its first mixtape PMC vs. Club Dogo The Official Mixtape. In Italy, he has sometimes been referred to as il Genio del ghetto, in English roughly the Ghetto Genius. In 2005, Marracash released his first single, Popolare, as a free download via internet, a song which would subsequently appear on his LP Roccia Music. The Dogo Gang appeared on the album, however Marracash dominates most of the album.
Marracash released his self-titled debut album Marracash on June 13, 2008. The first single from the album, "Badabum Cha Cha", reached #25 on the Italian Music Charts. The second single from the album, "Estate in Città", was released along with its video in early September 2008. The album itself reached #11 on the Italian Music Charts followed by Non Confondermi in October 2008 and Tutto Questo in February 2009. On July 13, 2010 he released his new album entitled Fino a qui tutto bene, the singles released are Cani Pazzi, Stupido, Fino A Qui Tutto Bene and Rivincita with Giusy Ferreri. The album went straight to #7 in the Italian albums chart.
Marracash was featured on a bonus track from The Bloody Beetroots' debut album Romborama. The track - "Come La" - is an Italian interpretation of Romborama's song Awesome.