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“I want to be as real as possible in my music,” says Comma Zero of his life like rap lyrics. The first release from Comma Zero, The Lesson Volume 1 was well received and helped him join the ranks of the elite independent artists in the Bay Area. He’s performed in shows throughout the region traveling as far as Modesto, Ca to open up for platinum recording artist Slim of the R&B group 112. In addition he’s performed with J Valentine, Joe Moses, J-Diggs of Thizz Nation and The Jacka of the Mob Figgaz. His stage show serves up entertaining yet motivational music for his peers and anyone who will listen. In addition to performing, Comma Zero recently dropped 1000 Real Nigga Avenue for the streets on, which is a collaborative effort with Ronald Mack of BlastFirst Records and a premiere artist off Livewire Records, a popular Oakland based record label. This past summer, Comma Zero joined the Livewire Records movement based on several encounters with Ronald Mack. The two artists continued to run into each other at the studio and with a mutual respect of each others music they decided to record Lick It Off. The song is one of several that they collaborated on, so they decided to release a mixtape featuring their work together. Lick It Off also features Stevie Joe who also represents Livewire and is the first single from 100 Real Nigga Avenue. "In late 2014 comma Zero will flood the street with Street Smart, which will feature a more mainstream collection of songs. City Lights featuring Bay Area rapper San Quinn will be the first single from that release. Comma Zero has taken the motto from the acronym of his label M.A.D.E. Entertainment and applied it to his life and career in music. Money always determines everything, so his relentless quest to build a rap empire is a goal he’s set to help provide for his family and help his friends, some who still live and move with a street mentality. He wants to be successful so that he can provide better options for his nieces and nephews that the presence of money can afford them. He hopes the stories in his music and his example of breaking free from the streets will help steer other inner city youth who are on the wrong path that he once trailed. “I want my music to motivate people to live a good life and still get money,” Comma Zero says. Be sure to follow Comma Zero on twitter and instagram @comma_zero
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