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Gorilla Zoe

Gorilla Zoe in Cedar Rapids, IA.
Background information
Birth name Alonzo Mathis
Origin Atlanta, Georgia[1]
Genres Hip hop
Years active 2007–present
Labels Bad Boy, Block, Atlantic
Associated acts Yung Joc, Boyz n da Hood, Gucci Mane, OJ Da Juiceman

Alonzo Mathis, better known by his stage name Gorilla Zoe (pronounced [zəʊ], rhymes with JOE), is an American rapper and member of rap group Boyz N Da Hood. His solo debut album Welcome to the Zoo came out in 2007.



He replaced Young Jeezy as a member of Boyz n da Hood. He first saw success in collaborations with Yung Joc "Coffee Shop" and "Bottle Poppin'," which charted under several Billboard charts.[2] His first solo album, Welcome to the Zoo, was released October 2007, peaking at #18 on the Billboard 200, #8 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and #3 on Top Rap Albums.[3][4]

[5] His second solo album, Don't Feed Da Animals, featuring the single "Lost, was released on March 17, 2009.[6] Don't Feed Da Animals topped the Billboard Top Rap Albums chart.[4] "What It Is", featuring Rick Ross and Kollosus, and "Echo" followed.

For the month of February 2010 Gorilla Zoe is releasing a mixtape every day on the mixtape website [7]




Year Title Peak chart positions
U.S. 200[3] U.S. R&B[3] U.S. Rap[4]
2007 Welcome to the Zoo
2009 Don't Feed Da Animals
  • Released: March 17, 2009
  • Label: Bad Boy South/Block
  • Format: CD, digital download
2010 King Kong[8]

28 Mixtapes In 28 Days

  • Day 1: Crack Addiction
  • Day 2: Diamonds, Dope & Dimez
  • Day 3: Zoe Montana
  • Day 4: Gorilla Woods
  • Day 5: Corporate Trappin ATM
  • Day 6: Planet Of The Apes
  • Day 7: Zoebama for President
  • Day 8: You Dont Mess With The Zohan
  • Day 9: G4 Zoe: Male Gigolo
  • Day 10: Zoe Montana 2
  • Day 10.5: The Connect
  • Day 11: The Legend Of Zoe-Ro
  • Day 12: I Am Gorilla
  • Day 13: Gorilla Ape Shit!
  • Day 14: Stupid Cupid Shawty
  • Day 15: Engraved In Stone
  • Day 16: Walkin Money Machine
  • Day 17: Gorilla Woods 2
  • Day 18: The Beast Within
  • Day 19: I'm Zoe Good
  • Day 20: Cartunez
  • Day 21: Futuristic Zoo
  • Day 22: Space Chimps
  • Day 23: Welcome 2 My Block
  • Day 24: The Book Of Zoe
  • Day 25: The Greatest Zoe On Earth
  • Day 26: Shaquille Zoe'Neal
  • Day 27: The Mighty 'Zoe' Young
  • Day 28: 8 Track


As lead performer

Year Title Peak chart positions[9] Album
U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap
2007 "Hood Nigga" 38 13 7 Welcome to the Zoo
2008 "Juice Box" (featuring Yung Joc) 78
"Lost"(featuring Lil Wayne) 71 29 10 Don't Feed Da Animals
2009 "What It Is" (featuring Rick Ross & Kollosus) 100
"Echo" 57 25
"Like A Drug" Non-single Album


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