Belo Zero

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Belo Zero
Birth name Darnell Smith
Also known as Belo
Born (1972-09-20) September 20, 1972 (age 42)
Origin Chicago, Illinois
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper
Years active 1995-present
Labels Rap-A-Lot Records
Associated acts Do or Die, Outlawz, Twista, Johnny P

Darnell Smith, also known by his stage name Belo Zero or for short Belo is an American gangsta rapper and convicted murderer. He is a member of the Chicago-based rap group Do or Die.

In 2006 he released his debut solo album The Truth. The album included the single "So Exclusive" featuring R&B singer, Johnny P.

In October 2007, Smith was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the second-degree murder of Raynard “B-Dog” Pinkston.


Solo albums[edit]

  • The Truth (2006)
    1. "Outlaws" (featuring Outlawz)
    2. "That's How We Roll" (ft Wildstyle & Cold Hard From Crucial Conflict)
    3. "So Exclusive" (featuring Johnny P.)
    4. "Touch Em"
    5. "God's Wrath"
    6. "We Don't Play Around"
    7. "You Don't Wanna Be Me" (featuring Outlawz)
    8. "Why"
    9. "Fake Hoes"
    10. "Zoned Out"
    11. "Love Hurts"
    12. "Church" (featuring Eryka Kane)
  • I Plead The 5th (2013)

with Do or Die[edit]

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