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Bloodflow has been part of the Grand Rapids underground scene since 2001. His first disk entitled "Bottled Up" was produced by Grand Rapids Horrorcore rapper/producer Havik, and was released in 2003. Bloodflow (then known as Zipperneck) gained a substantial following after the singles "Dead Bitches Don't Say No" and "She Shit On My Cock" became local favorites, with the latter reaching #2 on the MP3.com Horrorcore charts. Later that year, Bloodflow freestyle battled Brotha Lynch Hung at the 2nd Annual Gathering of the Juggalos.
Over the years Bloodflow has worked with several local acts spanning the Horrorcore, Heavy Metal, and Punk genres, and has played shows all over Michigan, opening for several larger acts including Wolfpac and Motown Rage.
In 2009 Bloodflow founded the group "Post Mortem" but after several lineup changes and artistic differences, the project was scrapped, and he began working on his newest solo album entitled "Tales from the Underground" soon to be released.