Needing no introduction, Scorzayzee is one of the most elusive yet revered lyricist and emcee's that the UK has ever produced.
Born 1980, Dean Palinczuk aka Scor-zay-zee aka Scorzilla The Gorilla aka Rupert Brown mastered his craft under the mentorship of Trevor Rose and was brought to notoriety in his formative years as a member of the Nottingham based rap crew Out Da Ville.
Scorzayzee fell from a great height when his song Great Britain was pulled from BBC Radio 1's A-List after Zane Lowe played it twice in one show. It sparked a parliamentary debate of whether the song should be outright banned.
He then turned his hand to acting and featured as the co star of Shane Meadows' Le Donk and Scor-zay-zee released on Warp Films to Critical acclaim.
A few months ago three die hard Scor-zay-zee fans clubbed together to create KickStartScorz a kickstarter campaign for him to release his debut solo album, the campaign was a huge success and Scorzayzee is currently writing and recording.