Alonzo Duncan is an entrepreneur
and songwriter from Detroit, Mi. Writing came natural to him so he began his career as a poet. He started writing poetry in high school as a hobby but it later blossomed into something more. A few years after high school, he released 2 self-published books of poems and short stories. Bridging off his success writing poems, he began writing songs. In 2017, he left his hometown to move to Los Angeles, CA to further his career. Although he no longer lives in Detroit, he still has roots there.
Mostly known as Zo, Alonzo Duncan, —born November 26, in Detroit, MI, started off as a poet. He spent most of his early adulthood writing poems and stories. After the release of his 2nd book, his focus shifted, and he began to branch into other things. His list of accomplishments varies vastly from being a published author, to creating, designing, and publishing a board game. Although he hadn’t narrowed down what he wanted to do with life yet, he knew he wanted to be a creator.
In 2012, he had a discussion with a close relative about her singing ability and his skills as a writer. He came up with the proposal that if he wrote a song, she would have to sing it. Shortly after, he began writing his first song, “You Say You Love Me”. Although his relative didn’t keep up her end of the deal, this moment led to his journey into the music industry. Zo kept writing music from that day on. Today he is one of the most dedicated and versatile songwriters with projects ranging from Damage, an episodic music video that tells the story of a woman assaulted at a bar, to She’s The One, a country song.