In 1993 E Double Z & Skip Dog formed a group called E.Z.S.D. They put out a masterpiece called Game 2 Be $old produced by Mike Mosley & Sam Bostic. Skip Dog was sixteen at the time and sharper than a thumb tack. Master P heard their underground album, and came 2 Fairfield to the Skip Dog solo track Puttin’-N-Work on the original West Coast Bad Boyz: Anotha Level Of The Game compilation that was released in 1994.
In 1995, Skip Dog went solo and kept it straight gutta. Skip’s uncle Fred, E-Boos, and Skip Dog hooked up with T-Roy from the legendary Fairfield rap group Ballers Ona Mission (B.O.M.). In 1996, his second album titled 1st The Money Then The Power was completed all in T-Roy’s garage. Then in 2000, Skip Dog did a duo with Lil’ Jazz titled Madd Currency produced by Rick Rock, K-Lou, B.C, and T-Roy. This album was never officially released and still remains a bay area mob classic!