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CrazyCod is a musician who started producing original songs in 2018. They tend to involve feelings, often through being sad and potentially even provoking reflection on things like love, aging, and public opinion, but a few of them are also inspiring. They also often have wojaks and other memes.

His official YouTube channel can be here. In 2021, he released an album called "Feels By The Dozen" on Spotify.

CrazyCod's songs and music videos provide examples of:

  • Anti-Christmas Song: "I Don't Want To Rot Inside My Room For Christmas (But...)" features the singer complaining about how he's lonely on Christmas even though others are happy, but it looks like things will just have to be this way.
  • Counterpoint Duet: "Never Mind The Ceiling (The Go-Getter's Lament)" is a duet between a Doomer and a Go-Getter, where the first has the former express his hopelessness regarding his supposed inability to perform better than his peak, then the latter tells him not to concern himself with that and actually put in effort, and the end has both of them where one sings and the other follows it up at the end of the line.
  • Driven to Suicide:
    • "I Wanna Die" is a song about how much the singer wants to die and discusses various suicide methods.
    • The man in "Coping on Valentine's Day" considers hanging himself due to loneliness, until he decides to cope in some other way.
  • Early-Installment Weirdness: His first song "I Wanna Die" has lyrics appear in the video, rather than subtitles. There is also a section with a voice that wouldn't be replicated in other videos.
  • Electrified Bathtub: In "I Wanna Die", the man considers suicide by taking a bath with his fan.
  • Fear Song: "The Most Frightening Number (Stop The Clock)" is about the fear of turning 30 and the passage of time.
  • GIS Syndrome: A lot of his music videos would stick to a few stock images for backgrounds, often with Wojaks pasted in.
  • Has a Type: "Why Is Every Woman I Like A Lesbian" is about the singer's attraction to tomboy girls with a sapphic hairstyle, despite the derision of many, even if he has to deny it.
  • The Insomniac: "Damn This Circadian Rhythm (DSPD)" features a man who can't sleep due to delayed sleep phase disorder. Subverted technically as it's a different disorder from insomnia.
  • "I Want" Song: "I Wanna Die" is a song about being sick of life and wanting to die.
  • Job Song: "The Wage Cage" is about a man who has to work their ass off in a cage to make his boss happy and fund other stuff while he suffers.
  • Lyrical Dissonance:
    • "I Wanna Die" sounds mostly cheery, but as the title implies, it's a song about wanting to die.
    • "The Most Frightening Number (Stop The Clock)" has a very pleasant rhythm and instrumentation, but the song is a depressing reminder you're aging with no way to stop the clock and are getting closer to turning 30.
  • Milestone Birthday Angst: "The Most Frightening Number (Stop The Clock)" is a song about the man's fear of turning 30, as that number is showing up multiple times in things like documents and he feels his life passing with no way to stop it.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: The King from "Keep Your Head Up, King" is shown as a wriggly blobbish shape, compared to other shapes being standard and very plain, to show he's unique.
  • Shout-Out: During "Is There A Single One Of Them That Isn't Fucking Stupid?"'s instrumental section, a thinking emoji (without the hand) is bounced around by paddles in a way that resembles Pong.
  • Stepford Smiler: "Coping on Valentine's Day" has the man try to laugh and say he's alone and happy, even wearing such a mask, but he's not.
  • Valentine's Day Vitriol: The man on "Coping on Valentine's Day" is utterly frustrated by all the people finding couples except for himself.
  • You Are Not Alone: "Keep Your Head Up, King"'s last verse is how there are always people who are willing to support you against the barbarians. The trope even gets namedropped at the end.