In 1991 two American brothers Roberto Pena Jr. and Reney “Ray” Pena, alongside close friends Larry McFarland and Martiz Ware, produced an R&B group today referred to as 4PM (For Positive Music). The foursome, originally known as IV True, sang for regional talent shows throughout the Baltimore, Maryland region before seeking a recording agreement in NEW YORK with Following Plateau Information in 1994. A melody off their debut record Now’s enough time was listed amount eight on Billboard’s Sizzling hot 100 in Feb 1995. Exactly the same calendar year the single, known as Sukiyaki, was scored best 100 of Di-Namix strikes. It was shortly before 4PM begun to tour Canada, america and Asia. In 1997 4PM released another record known as A Light at night. The following calendar year Martiz Ware still left the group and then Plateau Records went of business. The group ended recording for two years before Pena brothers and McFarland produced their own creation label, Pena Brothers Creation. 4 PM’s third record, For Positive Music, premiered in 2001 under this brand-new label.