A-Dog has worked with various artist in the industry including Big Mike of Houston's Geto Boys, Pimp C & Bun B of UGK, and Devin the Dude. While on tour as a hype man he performed with other acts such as 2Pac, Scarface, Too Short, Outkast, MC Eight and Wu Tang Clan. He was also featured on the song, "How many..." on the "Original Gangsters" movie soundtrack in 1996. He had a score featured in this movie (Original Gangsters) which was the warehouse dance party scene. He has worked with producers such as N.O. Joe and Mike Dean who has done tracks for major artist and also local producer Mike B, writing, arranging, and composing songs. He has over 14 years in the industry. It is time for quality music, it once was a time that it was told (the message is in the music). Whether slipped in between lyrics or playing a record backwards, artists got their point across. A-Dog is a song-writer before a rapper, a teacher before a leader, and a poet before a person. Poetry defines him,(lyrics), courses, hooks, tempos, patterns, delivery, and tone of voice should compliment a beat. Good beats, great rhymes, better songs = A-D.O.G. (Artist Defining One Grind) Plain and Simple.