At 32 years of age Cole Zamira, Aka, “Cole Z,” is no stranger to the rap game and has been putting out hits for nearly a decade. He’s been underated for far too long and is preparing to blow. Quitting just isn’t in his d.n.a. and he will make it big, or die trying, says the Washington State rapper. He recently has caught the eye or I should say the ear of Swaggertown Records, and someday, he hopes, getting signed could become a reality.
Zamira’s family has been his biggest inspiration, and motivates him to keep putting out smash after smash. “My family inspires me, I was adopted into a family that gave me the opportunities necessary to put me where I am today.” Cole Z recalls the time when he really began to embrace rap music and decided to pursue rap as a career, “I would ride around with my brother Troy, when I was younger, bumping Eminem, Biggie, Tupac, and Ludacris, with the subs banging in the trunk.” Cole Z says, that his favorite producer of all time is Dr Dre and West Coast Hip Hop. If he could have a dream feature and work with any artist alive in the world today, Cole Z declares that it would definitely be “Eminem”, or “J. Cole,” for sure. His main goal currently is to promote his new album called “Thus Far.” He is also working on two other mixtapes with local producers, and now that covid restrictions are starting to be lifted in many areas around the country, Cole Z is also begining to line up some live preformances locally in his home area in Tacoma, Washington, State. Cole Z’s new album “Thus Far,” has been doing some organic numbers and can be found on all platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, and Youtube. If you like to reach out to work with Cole Z, you can contact him at Colezmusic253@gmail.com