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Zee @ Love Covenant Church

Sumter, South Carolina, USA

Sumter, South Carolina, USA

Zee @ Bigelow Community Center

Mayco Bigelow Community Center, North Carolina, USA

Mayco Bigelow Community Center, North Carolina, USA

Zee @ Koury Convention Center

Greensboro, North Carolina, USA

Greensboro, North Carolina, USA

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Livin' Proof (September 11, 2006)

Album: The Legacy: The Day It All Changed (2006)
Artist: Phlo
Song: Ride Tonite (feat. Warson and Zee)

3rd Coast Fiyah: Heatwave Mixtape (2006)
Artists: Various Artists
Song: Moufs of da Souf

Album: For the Yard (2006)
Artist: Various Artists
Song: Livin' the Agape (feat. Chi Chi)

Album: Let'em Go (2005)
Artist: Big R
Song: Time to Fight (feat. Tony Stone and Zee)


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A Muslim man from Nigeria came to the United States to seek a higher education. While there he fell in love with an American woman named Essie. They got married, and in 1975 had a child. They named him Abdul Aziz Peregrino-Brimah, which means “servant of the powerful, the mighty.” Not very long after Aziz’s birth, his father took his family back to Nigeria in hopes of starting a new life.

Things didn’t go as planned though, because it wasn't long before Aziz’s mother experienced a major culture shock. Not being able to adjust to the Islamic customs or her husband’s way of living, she became very saddened and homesick, so she called her mother and told her she was coming home.

Aziz’s parents divorced before he turned one year old.

Growing up without a father was only the beginning for Aziz. He would eventually experience many things – both good and bad - and have many questions about life that left him wanting to know who God was.

During his freshman year at Winston-Salem State University, a depressed Aziz got on the floor in his dorm room and prayed this prayer:

“Dear God, I believe you exist. I believe that there is a heaven and a hell. I don’t know you, but I want to know you. But there are too many religions in this world. Some say ‘this is the way’ and others say ‘this is the way.’ Who am I to say which is right? You created me, so I’m asking you to show me which way to go. From this day forward I am going to live how I want, and if I die and go to hell it will be your fault.”

God heard Aziz’s heartfelt prayer. Little did he know, but God had been working to save him all along - ever since he was born. Within the next year many things took place that opened Aziz’s eyes to who Jesus Christ was, and in September of 1994, at the age of 19 he confessed Jesus as Lord of his life. Aziz was now a born-again Christian, and is at the present moment the only one on his father’s side of the family who is not a Muslim.

Now after twelve years of knowing and serving the Lord, you have Zee – a seasoned Christian who has found out that above all other things, the only thing that truly matters is “where will you spend your life for eternity?”

Unlike many other artists, Zee has a unique way of painting pictures with his words that bring your heart and mind into the music. “The Lord led me to into the rap game because too many of his children have lost focus, and as a result, many souls are lost and left blind.”

Zee believes that his music has the power to appeal to the saved as well as the unsaved. “People know when they’re listening to someone who means what they say. That’s what people are looking for. They’re looking for someone to point them to truth. If they feel you have the truth, they will listen. I know I have the truth. Truth is a person, Jesus Christ.”

His debut album, Livin' Proof, is set to drop September 11, 2006. “This is a very mature album. Yes, you can expect hot beats, dope lyrics and all of that, but just know that is only gravy on top of the meat. I’m talking about real issues on this album. Things close to people’s hearts. There is something for just about everyone. Yeah, there are some tracks you can definitely jam to, but even with those, you’re going to leave with something that will impact your life for today and tomorrow.”

God has given Zee great favor with this album by locking down top notch production from 4Sight Sounds, Tony Stone, DJ Official, Maji, M-tegrity, Illuminaticx and Mac the Doulos.

Oh, why do they call him “Zee”? Simply put, it’s just easier for people to say and remember. You saw his name, right?