Thanks to his polished delivery, thoughtful rhymes and hard-nosed work ethic, Zoser was able to ink a distribution deal for his label 1 Day Music Group, Inc. and released the well received album, Day 3: The Science, in late 2009 through Blastzone Ent. via E1 Distribution. The college grad who left his job to pursue his dreams is distinguishable by his smooth but raspy voice and pen full of innovative concepts. Knowing that the worst thing that could happen is being forced back into the rat race, Zoser decided to finance his own recording and promotion.
Born in Chicago, IL and raised for many of his years 10 miles south in the suburb of Glenwood, Zoser returned to Chicago's South Side in 1999.
Zo's musical journey began with his father, Lee Coleman, a jazz musician who performed and played with legendary musicians Buddy Guy and six time Grammy Award winning R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire. Lee would later trade in his dreams of being a full-time musical artist for fatherhood; however, he still kept his musical outlet by teaching music on the city's West Side in the Chicago Public Schools for over 20 years while at home he surrounded Zo with every type of music from Etta James to B.B. King to Stevie Wonder.
Starting where his old man left off, Zoser began saving the money he'd make from raking leaves, shoveling snow or any other hustle he could come up with to pay for studio time at the age of 15. Since then, he's worked with producers NoI.D., SC, Dug Infinite, Needlz, Jamal Rasheed, Mr. Williams, 5ifth Element, Kenny Keys, the Molemen and more.
Zoser released two street albums part one and two of his seven album series, 1 Day at a Time in 2001 and Day 2: The Lost Sessions in 2006.