After recording two albums under A-Train Records in New York City between 2002 and 2004, Skip-Dawg was forced into a lengthy hip hop hiatus while recovering from two major surgeries in 2005 to repair a genetic condition afflicting his lungs. While the first of his lung surgeries cause numerous complications including massive blood loss requiring four blood transfusions, Skip-Dawg's second lung surgery later the same year caused extensive nerve damage requiring 12 months of intensive physical therapy.
Interscope Records' mega-producer Beatgods (credits include Fifty Cent, Peedi Crakk, Freeway, Eminem, Mike Jones) recently teamed up with the vocal talent of Skip-Dawg to produce the heart-wrenching smash hit "Make a Miracle Happen" which is currently charting throughout the US on college and online radio.
Beatgods has agreed to executive produce Skip-Dawg's next project, a full-length album expected in the fall of 2008. In November of 2007, Skip-Dawg was featured in Main Line Today Magazine's "Hottest Singles in the Suburbs" edition.
Skip-Dawg's song "Booker Nation" is the theme song of the highly popular Booker Morning Show on Q102.1 FM in Philadelphia. Skip-Dawg also balances a successful acting career and has appeared in over 40 feature films TV sitcoms, including Autumn in New York, Strangers With Candy, The Replacements, Forensic Files, and many more.
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