In 1993 E Double Z & Skip Dog formed a group called E.Z.S.D. They put out a masterpiece called Game 2 Be Sold 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!