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Z-RO Biography

Z-RO Biography

Joseph Wayne McVey (born January 19, 1977) better known by his stage name Z-Ro, is an American rapper from Houston, Texas, known for his "up-from-nothing" rise to fame, flexibility in rhyme and extensive collaboration with other rap artists and musicians. Z-Ro's popularity has increased rapidly, as he has been featured on Bun B's single "Draped Up" with Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, Mike Jones, Aztec and Lil' Keke, and also on Chamillionaire's "Won't Let You Down" featuring a plethora of Houston-based rappers. Before being incarcerated prior to the release of I'm Still Livin', Z-Ro stated in an interview that the album would be his last. This statement was later retracted after the release of Power. Recently, in an interview on Houston radio station 97.9 The Box, Trae confirmed that he and Z-Ro would be releasing another ABN album, sometime this winter or early next year. Rumors have also been circulating that Z-Ro will be releasing another album early in 2008. The album is to be named "Cracc". Z-Ro says he gave it that name because of 2 reasons; all the hard work he put into the album and because he was addicted to working on it.

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