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Corey Charron (or simply Charron) is a Canadian battle rapper and best known as one of the recurring cast members from Season 9 to Season 15 and his return to the show in Season 17 of the improv comedy show Wild 'N Out on MTV and VH1.


Born in Ottawa, Canada, Charron made a name for himself in battle rap after winning the "Freestyle Friday" competition on 106 & Park in 2013, winning him a total of $5,000. Charron soon went onto become recognized for competing in rap battles with battle rappers such as Arsonal Da Rebel, Pat Stay, and Shotgun Suge. Aside from battle rap, he has also toured with rappers such as Method Man and Redman. In 2014, he released his debut album "Lied to My Face" on YouTube and SoundCloud. In 2018, Charron appeared in the comedy-drama film Bodied, which was produced by rapper Eminem.


  • He has appeared in 8 episodes in Seasons 9 and 14, 11 episodes in Season 10, 4 episodes in Season 11, 3 episodes in Season 12, 15 episodes in Season 13, and 5 episodes in Season 15.
  • His birth sign is Cancer.
  • His is the oldest out of 5 siblings.
  • He has a girlfriend whose name is Vanessa.
  • He is the fourth battle rapper to join the show.
  • He is the second cast member to join who is from Canada, the first being King Bach.
  • He particpated in Nick Cannon's $100K challenge which led him getting chosen to be apart of the cast.
  • He revealed that he would get mistaken a lot for Michael Cera while he was in high school.
  • After winning the Freestyle Friday rap battle tournament, he won a chance to participate in a BET Cypher at the 2013 BET Hip Hop Awards. Shortly after the tournament however it was revealed he would not be allowed to compete. This story drew national headlines.
  • He was named "Rookie of the Year" in Season 9.
  • Starting in Season 11, he is referred to as "Charron" in the opening credits.
  • He was mainly on the Red Team in Season 12.
  • He was entirely on the Old School Team in Season 15, except for the "Miles Brown/Marsai Martin/SAINt JHN/EPMD" episode.