Z-Ro On “The King and The Boss” Album With Slim Thug: We Have 48 Songs



Houston rapper and 1 Deep Entertainment leader, Z-Ro, sits down with DJ Smallz and shares insight on his next 4 projects including “Still Screwed Up” with Mike D, “Ghetto Gospel” with Beanz & Kornbread, “Rother Vandeross Sings The Blues” and “The King and The Boss” With Slim Thug.

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