Bartosz Waglewski (Fisz) born 19 March 1978 in Warszawa, Poland is an award winning Polish rap artist. He is the son of musician Wojciech Waglewski and older brother of Emade (Piotr Waglewski). Studied in Europejska Akademia Sztuk (EAS).
Musical style of Fisz is unconventional. At the very beginning of his career he started out as a Hip-hop artist, but went experimental soon after releasing Tworzywo Sztuczne - Wielki Ciężki Słoń in 2004. Fisz and his producer Emade seek inspiration in black music giving soul, funk and jazz touch to their projects. His lyrics are often based on wordplay.
Internationally he gave concerts on stages of London, Berlin, Bordeaux, Calvi, Dijon, Marseille, Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Paris and Saint Vallier.
Fisz has been nominted to Fryderyk Award eight times.
In 2000 he received two nominations in categories Debut of the Year (debiut roku) and Rap/Hip hop Album of the Year (Album Roku Rap/Hip hop)"Polepione dźwięki". Year later in 2001 he scored another nomination in the same category for "Na wylot". In 2003 Fisz together with Emade were nominated as Tworzywo Sztuczne in category Club Album of the Year for "F3". Also as Tworzywo Szuczne they were nominated in Alternative Album of The Year (Album Roku Muzyka Alternatywna) the following year ("Wielki Ciężki Słoń"). In 2005 "Fru!" was nominated in the same category. 2006 brought two more nominations for Hip hop/R&B Album of The Year ("Piątek 13-nastego") and Group of the Year (together with Emade).
In addiction he won and was nominated to numerous others awards.