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Born to embrace hip-hop, Biz is originally from Harlem but later moved to Long Island where he gained notoriety by his early teen years for beat boxing and rhyming.
The Biz began his journey by beat boxing his way into hearts of hip-hop lovers 0and delivering humorous, witty rhymes that made him loveable and admired by music fans all over.
Biz has appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, The Jimmy Kimmel Show and The Meredith Vieira Show.
Other projects include Listerine, Zevia, commercials for Lucky Charms, Radio Shack and Heineken, Tune Up Media, and designing a sneaker with Pro Keds.
Sales of the album were already low when Markie was served a lawsuit by Gilbert O'Sullivan, who claimed that the album's "Alone Again" featured an unauthorized sample from his hit "Alone Again (Naturally)". Records Inc., that altered the landscape of hip-hop, finding that all samples must be cleared with the original artist before being used.
O'Sullivan's claim was upheld in a landmark ruling, Grand Upright Music, Ltd. In accordance with the ruling, Warner Bros., the parent company of Cold Chillin', had to pull I Need a Haircut from circulation, and all companies had to clear samples with the samples' creators before releasing the records.
Markie's third studio album I Need a Haircut was released on August 27, 1991, on Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros.
Biz responded in 1993 with the mischievously titled All Samples Cleared!Markie released his debut album, Goin' Off in 1988, which attracted a fair amount of attention, largely due to the lead single, "Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz".The album also featured the underground hit singles "Nobody Beats The Biz", "The Vapors" and "Pickin' Boogers".You can find Biz spinning and performing amongst almost every major celebrity in America and abroad.He has under his belt such mega-events as The Grammy’s After Parties, The Pre-Oscar Party, Will Smith Movie Premiere Events, Chris Rock’s “No Apologies” tour, events hosted by The Magic Johnson Foundation, State Farm (50 Million Pound Challenge), ESPN as well as for such annual occasions as the Super Bowl, NBA Allstar Weekend, CIAA Weekend, Essence Festival and many more. He currently DJs and performs in club and concert venues all over the world, consistently booking over 175 shows a year.