They met up with Mark Rae in 1996, who was setting up Grand Central Records independent record label and released their debut EP "Slow For Focus". They released another 12" "Through These Veins", which featured Jeru The Damaja's friend Afu-Ra.
In 1997, Damon Savage was replaced by another Blackpool MC Glenn Reynolds, formerly known as OSC. They released their debut album in 2002, which featured guest MCs including Craig G, Jimmy Grand and Dirk Diggla from the USA, and Wig and Sage from the UK.
Beat's about to stop in heart of Roxbury ; Funky Fresh Records, home of hip-hop for 20 years, shutting its doors next week
Sep 24, 2008; They come for the music and the friendship. But these days, customers at Funky Fresh Records in Dudley Square are coming to say...