There was a female member, named K-nock, featured on Quad City Knock. Her vocals can be heard on the song, "K-nock in da House/We Got da Bass."
In 1995 they released their second album, One Mo' Gen, which contained the minor hit "Rodeo" that reached #77 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album itself peaked at #158 on the Billboard Hot 200. Their third album Tightwork 3000 followed in 2000, however it was a critical and commercial failure as it failed to chart and got poor reviews, including a one and a half star review from Allmusic.
In 2000 the group contributed to the soundtrack for the movie Bring It On, with the song "Cheer for Me".
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