His natural talent for both writing and producing was made evident when he began turning heads with his musical style and lyrical impact on the underground anthem Indy 500. Album critic Steve "Flash" Juon of URB Magazine descibes the song as "a scratchy, popping break mashed into a superb piano loop that makes this track one of the most simultaneously dirty and clean songs since WU-Tang Clan introduced us to 36 Chambers ..." In 2000 Fatbeats released Decompoze presents 12" featuring J.U.I.C.E, solidifying his place in the hip-hop world as an up and coming producer. As a member of the Trackezoids, Decompoze and OneBeLo have been supplying the sound for the whole Subterraneous movement. The unique sounds of Decompoze can be heard on the Subterraneous album Water World Too (released in 2001), and OneBeLo's project Fetus, (released in 2002.) In 2005, Decompoze returned on the national scene by making a major contribution on OneBeLo's S.O.N.O.G.R.A.M.
January 2007 is set to bring Decompoze's long anticipated solo debut album, Decomposition. With features by some of underground hip-hops most talented artist, J.U.I.C.E, OneBeLo, as well as Elzhi of Slum Village, KT and Buff 1 of AML, and all the members of the Subterraneous crew. Giving his fans the ultimate interpretation of what Subterraneous and it's music is all about. All fans of Hip- hop can agree on one thing, Decompoze embodies the true essence of real Hip-hop.
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