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Gorilla Zoe From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Gorilla Zoe Gorilla Zoe in Atlanta, Georgia. Background information Birth name Alonzo Mathis Born November 29, 1980 (1980-11-29) (age 28) Origin Atlanta, Georgia Genre(s) Hip hop Years active 2007–present Label(s) Bad Boy South, Block Entertainment, Atlantic Records, Violator Associated acts Boyz n da Hood, Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, Yung Joc, Young Dro, Rocko, Gucci Mane, Yung L.A. Alonzo Mathis (born November 28, 1980), better known by his stage name Gorilla Zoe, is an American hip hop artist from Atlanta, Georgia. He replaced Young Jeezy as a member of Boyz N Da Hood. They thought about a young thug from cedar falls iowa known as B-Rad G. He first saw success after his single "Hood Nigga" was released, followed by the backing of Yung Joc on songs including "Coffee Shop" and "Bottle Poppin'," which charted under several Billboard categories . His first solo album, Welcome to the Zoo, was released October 2007, peaking at #18 on the Billboard Top 200, #3 on Top Rap Albums, and #8 on Top R&B Albums.   Discography Main article: Gorilla Zoe discography 2007: Welcome to the Zoo 2009: Don't Feed Da Animals  References ^ Billboard biography of Gorilla Zoe ^ Billboard charts, accessed January 6, 2007 ^ Billboard charts, accessed January 6, 2007  External links Gorilla Zoe on Myspace Atlantic Records web site Interview at britishhiphop.co.uk July 2008 [show]v • d • eGorilla Zoe Studio albums Welcome to the Zoo · Don't Feed Da Animals Singles "Hood Figga" · "Juice Box" · "Lost" Featured singles "Coffee Shop" · "Bottle Poppin'" · "Portrait of Love" Related articles Yung Joc · Bad Boy South · Block Entertainment [show]v • d • eBad Boy Records Current vocalists Cassie · Cheri DennisDay26 · Donnie Klang · Janelle Monáe · Jordan McCoy · Mario Winans · Jerome Past vocalists Faith Evans · Total · 112 · Carl Thomas · B5 · New Edition · Dream · Danity Kane · Nelson Rappers Black Rob · Shyne · G. Dep · Mase · The L.O.X. · Loon · Boyz n da Hood · Craig Mack · Diddy · Elephant Man · Gorilla Zoe · The Notorious B.I.G. · Yung Joc · 8Ball & MJG · Da Band Producers The Hitmen · Lil Jon · Sean Combs · D-Dot · Stevie J · Younglord · Chucky Thompson · Daven "Prestige" Vanderpool · Yogi · Mario Winans · Grind Music: LV & Sean C. Discography Project Funk da World · Ready to Die · Faith · No Way Out · Life After Death · Harlem World · Money, Power & Respect · Keep the Faith · Double Up · Forever · Born Again · Life Story · Shyne · It Was All a Dream · The Saga Continues... · Faithfully · Child of the Ghetto · We Invented the Remix · Hurt No More · Living Legends · Boyz n da Hood · B5 · The Black Rob Report · Duets: The Final Chapter · New Joc City · Cassie · Danity Kane · Press Play · Ridin High · Hustlenomics · Don't Talk, Just Listen · Welcome to the Zoo · Back Up n da Chevy · Crunk Rock · In and Out of Love · Let's Get Physical · Welcome to the Dollhouse · Day26 · Just a Rolling Stone · Notorious This biographical article related to hip hop music in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gorilla_Zoe" Categories: 1980 births | People from Georgia (U.S. state) | Living people | People from Atlanta, Georgia | Bad Boy Records artists | Rappers from Atlanta, Georgia | African American rappers | Southern rappers | Atlantic Records artists | United States hip hop biography stubs
Lost (Gorilla Zoe song) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search “Lost” Single by Gorilla Zoe featuring Lil Wayne from the album Don't Feed Da Animals Released October 28, 2008 Format Digital download Genre Southern hip hop Length 4:48 Label Bad Boy South/Block Entertainment Producer Drumma Boy Gorilla Zoe singles chronology "Juice Box" (2008) "Lost" (2008) Lil Wayne singles chronology "I'm So Paid" (2008) "Lost" (2008) "Turnin' Me On" (2008) "Lost" is the first single off rapper Gorilla Zoe's second studio album, Don't Feed Da Animals. It was released officially on iTunes on October 28, 2008. The song was produced by Drumma Boy and Co-produced by Jay - R. The Song features rapper Lil Wayne, in the song he uses the Auto-tune effect. Contents [hide] 1 Music video 2 Chart positions 3 Other Versions 4 External links  Music video The song has a music video, which does not feature Lil Wayne. It premiered on the BET show The Deal.  Chart positions So far, the song has peaked at #82 on the Billboard Hot 100, #34 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and #10 on Hot Rap Tracks. Chart (2008) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 82 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 34 U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 10  Other Versions "Lost" (Gorilla Zoe Ft. Jim Jones & Lil Wayne) "I'm Going Crazy" (Bow Wow) "Used To It" (Chamillionaire)  External links "Lost" lyrics at NewLilWayne [show]v • d • eGorilla Zoe Studio albums Welcome to the Zoo · Don't Feed Da Animals Singles "Hood Figga" · "Juice Box" · "Lost" Featured singles "Coffee Shop" · "Bottle Poppin'" · "Portrait of Love" Related articles Yung Joc · Bad Boy South · Block Entertainment [show]v • d • eLil Wayne Studio albums Tha Block Is Hot · Lights Out · 500 Degreez · Tha Carter · Tha Carter II · Tha Carter III · Rebirth Other albums and EPs Dedication 2 · Like Father, Like Son · Da Drought 3 · The Leak · Dedication 3 Singles "Tha Block Is Hot" · "Respect Us" · "Get Off the Corner" · "Everything" · "Shine" · "Way of Life" · "Where You At" · "Bring It Back" · "Go DJ" · "Earthquake" · "Fireman" · "Hustler Musik" · "Shooter" · "Stuntin' Like My Daddy" · "Leather So Soft" · "You Ain't Know" · "Gossip" · "I'm Me" · "The Only Reason" · "Lollipop" · "A Milli" · "Got Money" · "Mrs. Officer" · "Prom Queen" Featured singles "Back That Thang Up" · "Bling Bling" · "#1 Stunna" · "Neva Get Enuf" · "Soldier" · "Get Your Shine On" · "Neck of the Woods" · "Tell Me (Remix)" · "Don't Trip" · "Gimme That (Remix)" · "Touch It or Not" · "Make It Rain" · "Where da Cash At" · "Hollywood Divorce" · "Holla at Me" · "You Know What" · "You" · "Make It Rain (Remix)" · "We Takin' Over" · "Lock U Down" · "Speaker/9mm" · "Uh-Ohhh!" · "Pop Bottles" · "Duffle Bag Boy" · "Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)" · "100 Million" · "Push" · "Love in This Club, Part II" · "Girls Around the World" · "I Run This" · "Ya Heard Me" · "Can't Believe It" · "My Life" · "Let It Rock" · "Shawty Say" · "Official Girl" · "Swagga Like Us" · "Cutty Buddy" · "Haters" · "I'm So Paid" · "Lost" · "Turnin' Me On" · "Unstoppable" · "See You in My Nightmares" Related articles Discography · Hot Boys · Cash Money Millionaires · Young Money Entertainment Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lost_(Gorilla_Zoe_song)" Categories: 2008 singles | Gorilla Zoe songs | Lil Wayne songs
Gorilla Zoe discography From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Contents [hide] 1 Albums 2 Compilations 3 Singles 3.1 Solo singles 3.2 Featured singles 3.3 Other Charted Songs 3.3.1 Guest appearances 4 References  Albums Year Information Chart positions Certifications U.S. 200 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap 2007 Welcome to the Zoo First studio album Released: September 25, 2007 Label: Bad Boy South/Block Entertainment 18 8 3 U.S. Sales: 163,000 W.W. Sales: 200,000 2009 Don't Feed Da Animals Second studio album Released: March 17, 2009 Label: Bad Boy South/Block Entertainment — — — U.S. Sales: TBA W.W. Sales: TBA  Compilations Year Information Chart positions Certifications U.S. 200 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap 2007 Hood Nigga Diaries Released: September 25, 2007 Label: BCD Music Group  Singles  Solo singles Year Song U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap Pop 100 Album 2007 "Hood Figga" 38 13 7 65 Welcome to the Zoo 2008 "Lost" (featuring Lil Wayne) 82 34 10 — Don't Feed Da Animals  Featured singles Year Song U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap Album 2007 "Coffee Shop" (Yung Joc featuring Gorilla Zoe) 78 39 23 Hustlenomics "Bottle Poppin'" (Yung Joc featuring Gorilla Zoe) — 59 — "Portrait of Love" (Cheri Dennis featuring Yung Joc & Gorilla Zoe) — 55 — In and Out of Love  Other Charted Songs Year Song U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap Album 2008 "Juice Box" (featuring Yung Joc) - 78 - Welcome to the Zoo  Guest appearances 2007: "Coffee Shop" (Yung Joc featuring Gorilla Zoe) 2007: "Bottle Poppin''" (Yung Joc featuring Gorilla Zoe) 2007: "Gettin' to da Money" (Yung Joc featuring Mike Carlito & Gorilla Zoe) 2007: "Throw Away" (Trae featuring Yung Joc & Gorilla Zoe) 2007: "Portrait of Love" (Cheri Dennis featuring Yung Joc & Gorilla Zoe) 2008: "Nobody Gotta Know" (JC featuring Gorilla Zoe) 2008: "Speedin' (We the Best Remix)" (Rick Ross featuring R. Kelly, DJ Khaled, Plies, Birdman, Busta Rhymes, DJ Drama, Webbie, Gorilla Zoe, Fat Joe, Torch and Gunplay from Triple C, DJ Bigga Rankin', Flo-Rida, Brisco, and Lil' Wayne) 2008: "Dey Know (Remix)" (Shawty Lo featuring Gorilla Zoe, Young Jeezy, E-40, Plies and extended remix with Katamori, Lil Wayne, A.O.G, Gorilla Zoe, Plies, E-40, Ludacris, ATM, 4IZE, Gucci Mane, Dubb, Rich Boy and 2XL) 2008: "Freakin'" (Tay Dizm featuring T-Pain & Gorilla Zoe) 2008: "G Move" (Roccett featuring Gorilla Zoe) 2008: "Lollipop (Remix)" (Lil Wayne featuring Gorilla Zoe) 2008: "Powerful Drawz Remix" (Luney Tunez feat. Gorilla Zoe & Yung Joc) 2008: Bosses Jus Bleazy Feat Gorilla Zoe And Yo Gotti  References ^ Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Top 200 Soundscan (01/15/2009) [hide]v • d • eGorilla Zoe Studio albums Welcome to the Zoo · Don't Feed Da Animals Singles "Hood Figga" · "Juice Box" · "Lost" Featured singles "Coffee Shop" · "Bottle Poppin'" · "Portrait of Love" Related articles Yung Joc · Bad Boy South · Block Entertainment Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gorilla_Zoe_discography" Category: Discographies
Welcome to the Zoo From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Welcome to the Zoo Studio album by Gorilla Zoe Released September 25, 2007 Genre Southern hip hop, Rap Label Bad Boy South, Block Entertainment Producer Sean Combs/P.Diddy/Puff Daddy (exec.) Professional reviews Allmusic link XXL link Gorilla Zoe chronology Welcome to the Zoo (2007) Don't Feed Da Animals (2008) Singles from Welcome to the Zoo "Hood Figga" Released: July 17, 2007 "Juice Box" Released: March 31, 2008 Welcome to the Zoo is the debut album by Atlanta rapper Gorilla Zoe, released on September 25, 2007. Two singles were released from the album; "Hood Figga" and "Juice Box". The record debuted at number eighteen on the Billboard 200, selling 35,000 copies in its first week. It also peaked at number eight on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.  Track listing # Title Producer(s) Featured guest(s) Time 1 "Do Something" Drumma Boy 4:40 2 "Hood Nigga" Dee Jay Dana, Chris Flames 3:20 3 "Money Man" Mike the Track Blazer 4:08 4 "Tryna Make a Jug" FATBOI Big Gee 4:10 5 "Crack Muzik (This That Muzik)" Drumma Boy Jody Breeze 4:36 6 "BattleField" Dee Jay Dana Block, Big Gee 3:55 7 "Take Ya Shoes Off" Lazyboi, BBA Yung Joc 4:25 8 "I Know" Flawda Water 4:47 9 "Count on Me" Jay Mac Jody Breeze, JC 4:04 10 "Real Motherfucka" Jay Mac Boyz N Da Hood 5:04 11 "Juice Box" Drumma Boy Yung Joc 4:09 12 "Money Up" Win 3:37 13 "You Don't Know Me" Willie "Chuck" Shivers D. Woods 3:28 14 "Lil Shawty" Drumma Boy 4:09 15 "Last Time I Checked" Canei Finch, Sha Money XL 4:16  References ^ Hasty, Katie (October 3, 2007). Rascal Flatts Races To No. 1 In Debut-Heavy Week. Billboard. Accessed April 8, 2008. ^ allmusic ((( Welcome to the Zoo > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums ))). Allmusic. Accessed April 8, 2008. [hide]v • d • eGorilla Zoe Studio albums Welcome to the Zoo · Don't Feed Da Animals Singles "Hood Figga" · "Juice Box" · "Lost" Featured singles "Coffee Shop" · "Bottle Poppin'" · "Portrait of Love" Related articles Yung Joc · Bad Boy South · Block Entertainment Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Welcome_to_the_Zoo" Categories: 2007 albums | Bad Boy Records albums
Hood Figga From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search “Hood Figga” Single by Gorilla Zoe from the album Welcome to the Zoo Released June 19, 2007 (2007-06-19) Format CD single, Digital download Genre Southern hip hop Length 3:35 Label Bad Boy South/Block Entertainment Producer Chris Flame, Dee Jay Dana Gorilla Zoe singles chronology "Coffee Shop" (2007) "Hood Figga" (2007) "Bottle Poppin'" (2007) "Hood Figga" (explicit version titled "Hood Nigga") is the first single off rapper Gorilla Zoe's debut album, Welcome to the Zoo. It was officially released via iTunes on July 17, 2007. The song is produced by Chris Flame and Dee Jay Dana. This video was premiered on MTV2 on June 18, 2007 and BET on June 19, 2007. DJ Drama, Block, Yung Joc, Eightball, and Trae made cameo appearances in the music video.  Remixes The song "Get It Up" by Santogold, M.I.A., Gorilla Zoe is part remix, part mash-up and features a large portion of the Gorilla Zoe single in the beginning of the song. It was produced by Radioclit and has brought renewed interest in the original. The official remix features Young Jeezy, Big Boi, Jody Breeze, and Rick Ross. The 2nd official remix, called "Hood Figga" (The Block Remix), features Rick Ross, Jim Jones, Yung Joc, and Young Jeezy (in that order), the remix was released in both edited and explicit versions. Initially, another leaked remix featured just Jeezy's verse, while yet another featured Jeezy and Big Boi's verses, as well as a verse by Trae. There is also another remix featuring Jermaine Dupri. Also a Miami Remix featuring Rick Ross & Pitbull has made its way onto the mixtape circuit. Another remix featuring Lil Wayne and Birdman has also made it's way into the song. Philadelphia rapper Cassidy released a remix over the instrumental featuring his Larsiny Family rap group. New York rapper Jae Millz released a remix over the instrumental called "Fly Nigga" on his "Zone Out Season" mixtape. West Coast rapper Jay Rock released a remix over the instrumental called "Blood Nigga" along with a video available on YouTube.  Chart positions Chart (2008) Peak position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 38 U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs 13 U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks 7 U.S. Billboard Pop 100 65  External links The Hip Hop Dictionary [hide]v • d • eGorilla Zoe Studio albums Welcome to the Zoo · Don't Feed Da Animals Singles "Hood Figga" · "Juice Box" · "Lost" Featured singles "Coffee Shop" · "Bottle Poppin'" · "Portrait of Love" Related articles Yung Joc · Bad Boy South · Block Entertainment Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hood_Figga" Categories: 2007 singles | Gorilla Zoe songs | Bad Boy Records singles
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