Broke into the hip hop scene in late 2004 with the dropping of the highly touted "New Revolutionz" album and international hit track "Tenement B*tch."
Quickly gained recognition for his ability to blend feelings of pain and anguish of life in poverty with jaw-dropping lyrics and club banging beats.
Made the controversial choice to remain underground in early 2005.
Boasts an almost cult-like following of fans, pledging their alleagance to his work.
Other works include the holiday album "Atheist Crimace" and follow up "Atheist Sunday" freestyle recordings.
New Album projected for release in Dec. 2005 focuses on Baby Zkoz's affinity for blowing marijuana smoke, bearing the name "Old Faithful."
"Ya'll hear the new Baby Zkoz album drops Dec. 22?!?"
"Nah, Baby Zkoz ain't really a baby, go 'head and check out that massive dong."