Wajid Yaseen may be the man in back of 2nd Gen, a fusion of electronica, commercial, and hip-hop sounds. Yaseen, delivered in Manchester for an Indian devotional vocalist, began discovering music by performing support vocals for his dad. After finding punk and underground rock and roll in his teenagers, he eventually finished up playing bass for Fun-Da-Mental within the middle-’90s. Yaseen continuing to test out more intense music by himself and in 1997 he released his debut EP Sound Sculptures, an aptly called intro to Yaseen’s greatly processed, sliced up and diced audio loops. The next year he authorized to Novamute and released the Against Character EP, which added hip-hop beats to Yaseen’s sonic arsenal, and started focus on his 1st full-length recording in 1999. In early 2001, the solitary And/Or, which presented remixes from Techno Pet, Cold Child, and Si “Buckfunk 3000” Begg showed up just before the discharge of 2nd Gen’s debut recording Irony Is definitely, which also presented efforts from Gallon Drunk’s Wayne Johnston.