Critically acclaimed Houston rapper also known as The Mo City Don shows off his freestyling skills in a set of classic and new hits
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Z-RO Live in Concert
His Sound: Highly influenced by Geto Boys, 2Pac, and Klondike Kat, with powerful and poignant lyrics that pull no punches and a penchant for freestyling His Acclaim: The New York Times calls him “one of America’s most underrated rappers,” while the Houston Chronicle declared his album Still Livin’ to be ”one of the best rap albums to come out of Houston” Where to Begin: Check out his Rap-A-Lot debut, The Life of Joseph W. McVey, which expanded Z-Ro’s fanbase beyond the South