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Zico

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Any song Zico 03:47
SoulMate (feat. IU) Zico, IU 03:39
Love & hate (Feat. BIBI) Zico, BIBI 03:16
Freak Zico 02:49
The language of flowers (Feat. JeHwi) Zico, JeHwi 04:12
Nocturnal animals (Feat. Zior Park) Zico, Zior Park 03:25
Refresh Zico, KANGDANIEL 02:32
Summer Hate (Feat. Rain) Zico, RAIN 03:04
SEOUL DRIFT Zico 03:19
Balloon Zico 03:38

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Woo Ji-ho (born on September 14, 1992 in Seoul, South Korea) (known as Zico) is a South Korean rapper, singer/songwriter and producer. After studying vocal performance at Seoul Music High School, he continued to pursue his musical education in Canada, China and Japan, before performing under the name Nacseo in the Japanese underground hip hop sphere alongside crews including Dope Squad and Undisputed. However, it was the release of single "The Letter" that launched his career in South Korea as part of the duo Harmonics, formed with Park Kyung in 2009. The following year, Zico published his first mixtape, Zico on the Block, attracting considerable attention in the Korean hip hop scene. Debuting as the leader of Block B, Zico produced mini-album Welcome to the Block in 2011, as well as collaborating with popular South Korean artists Hyuna and Wink in 2012. In November 2015, Zico released his solo EP Gallery, containing number 1 singles “Boys and Girls” (feat. Babylon) and “Eureka” (Feat. Zion.T). Zico’s studio album Thinking, released in two parts, reached number 3 on the charts. In January 2019, Zico’s “Any Song” gained considerable traction, leading to its number 1 debut on the Gaon Digital Chart, where it stayed for a record-breaking seven weeks and certified platinum followed by the release of EP Random Box on July 1, 2019. In 2022, Zico returned to the Japanese and South Korean festival circuit, releasing his fourth EP Grown Ass Kid and single “New Thing” (feat. Homies), which was featured on the third volume of television series soundtrack Street Man Fighter.