Gaming Musician Singaporeanflag MaleIcon 2014 YouTuber

Erfan Sharan (born: March 18, 2005 (2005-03-18) [age 15]), better known online as Zixx or IamZixx (formerly ZetoxOriginals), is a Singaporean YouTuber & Musical Artist known for his songs and videos that often consist of Fortnite, VALORANT, PUBG and Minecraft gaming videos. He is known by EpicGames's Fortnite and Mojang's Minecraft for producing videos promoting their games. Fortnite also reached out to Erfan and sponsored 2 of his Fortnite videos in 2019.

The channel is run by Erfan himself, balancing between both his school education and YouTube. He also has a second channel called Z1XX (also formerly known as ZetoxOriginals and Zixx 2) where Erfan uploads his extra, scrapped, or alternative videos.

His third channel, ZetoxOrimixes (formerly ZetoxOriginalsVEVO) (now inactive) was an Artist YouTube channel managed by a record label Erfan was signed to. The channel is still up and running on youtube but is now inactive due to Erfan cutting ties with the record label back in 2016.

In 2019, Erfan has signed a new deal with AMG to continue making music. Since November 2019, Erfan has dropped 10+ tracks. He has collaborated with various different artists featuring Neco, Naxl8ne, JΛKEY, MΛRTIN and many more which are all independent American musicians. This has led to the launch of ZixxVEVO, an Artist YouTube channel managed by the record label.

In June 2020, Erfan announced on social media that he would be parting ways with AMG. He, later on explained that he was falsely accused of using another artist's music. Even after much talks, AMG didn't hesitate and immediately removed all his songs from all music platforms.

Recently, Erfan has announced on social media that he has signed a new deal with UMG which helped him bring back his songs onto the streaming platforms.


  • Pump In (December 18, 2019)
  • OMG (March 7, 2020)
  • why? (March 26, 2020)
  • Sakura (May 3, 2020)
  • Hello (May 4, 2020)
  • Out My Head (May 5, 2020)
  • lost. (May 10, 2020)
  • dont disturb me. im vibin rn (May 12, 2020)
  • Space (May 15, 2020)
  • Alone (May 18, 2020)
  • You (May 26, 2020)
  • Without U (May 26, 2020)
  • PUMPED! (June 2, 2020)
  • left 2 die (June 3, 2020) 

Scrapped Music

  • This Good
  • What To Do
  • hyped!
  • StyleBeats
  • Pump In (Lyrical Version)
  • Summer
  • Summer Vol.2
  • Vibin.
  • Still Feel
  • Hear You
  • Mood
  • OMG Vol.2
  • Jump
  • Fed Up


Erfan's series, Fortnite, was one of the reasons his channel had gained popularity. The series is arguably the biggest reason his channel gained attention. This was what made him got noticed by Fortnite. Fortnite also reached out to him and sponsored 2 of his Fortnite videos back in 2019.


Recently, Erfan was invited to try out VALORANT, the brand new free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows. It is unclear whether he will make a series on the game for now.


Erfan used to make weekly meme PUBG videos back in 2019. After losing interest in PUBG, he switched to making Fortnite content on his YouTube channel.


Erfan's series, Minecraft is also known for his MCPE/MCXB1 gameplays Minecraft, a game developed by Mojang. He made a few videos on it and was finished playing the game for good when his game crashed, deleting all his game data. Due to that incident, Erfan on social media announced that he won't be continuing with the Minecraft series anymore.


Erfan used to make daily Growtopia uploads on the Zixx channel under the name Growtopia Bros. He also had a chance to play and made a video with one of the Growtopia moderators @Jenuine.​​​​​​ After getting scammed and losing interest with the game, Erfan called it quits for Growtopia, removing over 60+ related Growtopia videos from his channel. Though, some of the videos are still on his channel.

Critical Ops

Erfan also used to make weekly Critical Ops videos back in 2017. Critical Ops was also one of the few reasons that made his channel blew up. Erfan also had a chance to play with the Critical Ops YouTuber, ROOGHZ. It is unclear whether Erfan will still be making more Critical Ops related videos in the future.

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