|Birth name||Azubuike Wokocha Ekuku|
|Also known as||Zubillionaire, Zubi Da Gr8est, Zubby|
|Born||Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria|
|Occupation(s)||Rapper, record producer, radio personality, singer|
|Instruments||Keyboards, Percussion, Sampler|
|Associated acts||Reaper, Spaceman, Young Stunna, Slim Burna|
Azubuike Wokocha Ekuku also known by his stage names Zubillionaire and Zubi Da Gr8est is a Nigerian rapper, singer, radio personality and music producer. He began his broadcasting career with Silverbird Rhythm 93.7 PHC in 2009 and has since anchored several shows on the station.  In 2011, PHCityMusic named him as one of Port Harcourt's widely respected good music head and radio presenter.
Wokocha first got into the radio business after he followed up his friend Y.O.P's advice to attend auditions. He auditioned as a radio host and was later hired to work at Rhythm 93.7 in Port Harcourt. He described his first moment on air as jumpy stating, "my first time on air I was nervous, Valentine Ohu and Naomi were co-hosting a Sunday On The Rhythm show, I joined them and didn't say anything but, this is Rhythm 93.7". Shows he has handled on air include Morning Drive, #TGIF Charts, Afternoon Drive, Dance Party, Shout-out Show, Sunday At The Rhythm. Wokocha has interviewed prominent Nigerian personalities such as 2face Idibia, Kate Henshaw, Emeka Ike, Modenine, and Judith Amaechi, among others.
Wokocha records and performs music under the [stage name]]s Zubi Da Gr8est and Zubillionaire. He first made a foray into the music business as a music producer. He is a co-owner of the Billionaires Gang Management Group and holds a New York Film Academy diploma in digital editing and has been behind most successful hits including the single "Malaria" by Soty that was released in the mid 2000s. He also won the "Best Music Producer" in the first edition of Odudu Music Awards. On October 31, 2011, he released a 26 song compilation featuring various artists which aired on radio stations in the Southeast and South South part of Nigeria. He also made a guest appearance on the track "Real Recognize Real" from the critically acclaimed I'm on Fire by Slim Burna. In May 2013, Zubillionaire released his collaborative mixtape FAQ with Reaper featuring a guest appearance from fellow Port Harcourt based radio personality and rapper Spaceman. He shot the music video for the single "Murder Dem" which was released in September 2013.
- FAQ (2013)
Awards and nominations
Odudu PH Music Awards
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result||Ref|
|2009||"Malaria"||Producer of the year||Won|||
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