While his showmanship has earned him a place at the top of the underground, Dirtball's explosive skills as a lyricist were put in the mainstream spotlight when Tech N9ne asked him to record a guest appearance on his 2008 studio album “Killer". The album debuted at #12 on the Billboard Top 200 and Dirtball’s motor mouth was seen shining alongside industry heavyweights like Ice Cube, Scarface and Paul Wall.
Since then the Dirtball's career has continued to skyrocket, as he joined counter-culture icons the Kottonmouth Kings as a full-time member and was a driving creative force behind the group's new studio album "Long Live The Kings". Dirtball injected the group with a new found creative firepower that helped propel the album to #26 on the Billboard Top 200, which earned the Kottonmouth Kings the highest charting album of their decade long career.
Dirtball’s explosive abilities as an emcee are mixed with equal doses of sex, drugs, and rap n’ roll to make “Nervous System” and all of his albums, a schizophrenic audio journey through the mind of one of the underground’s most powerful emcees. The albums bridge the gaps between various styles to create its auditory assault, as Dirtball snaps off raps that can rival the biggest and best lyricists the genre has to offer.