|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||A Mon Tour D'Briller||14||Audio||1999||WEA Music|
|2||Hymne Du Mozoëzet (La, La, La, La, La...)||6||Audio||1999||Warner Music France|
|3||Y'a Qu'Çà À Faire||6||Audio||1999||Warner Music France|
|5||A Mon Tour D'Briller||16||Audio||1999||WEA Music|
|6||Dans La Lumière||16||Audio||2005|
|8||Original Bootleg # 1||6||Audio||1999||IV My People Records|
|9||Rap, Musique Que J'Aime||2||Audio||1999||WEA Music|
|10||Tout Dans La Tête||11||Audio||2012-03-30||KDBZIK|
French rapper, born on November 11, 1974 in Sèvres, Hauts-de-Seine, and raised in the Castéja Projects of Boulogne-Billancourt in the suburb of Paris.
One of the three members of [a=Les Sages Poetes de la Rue] along with his brother [a=Melopheelo], and [a=Dany Dan].
Zoxea took advantage of the group's success to launch his solo career, collaborating with Busta Flex on his eponymous album, to produce the hit "J’fais mon job à plein temps". Taking part in the Freestyle Sessions with [a=Suprême NTM], Zoxea supported them live on stage during the national "93 Party" tour, which lead up to the [a=IV My People] crew, comprising of Kool Shen, Busta Flex and himself.
In February 1999, Zoxea releases his first album solo : À mon tour d’briller. The album went gold by the end of the year, with guest appearances from the likes of [a=Beat 2 Boul], [a=Don Choa], [a=Lord Kossity], [a=Melopheelo] and [a=Kool Shen].
Zoxea and his brother Melopheelo form their own label: [l=KDBZik] in 2003, to preserve their independent spirit, and released Zoxea’s second solo album "[b]Dans la Lumière[/b]" the following year.