Comprising Big J, Grand Guy and Angelo Smoove, Da Happy Headz dashed to prominence in the first 90s pursuing an appearance on tv over the Oprah Winfrey Present, over the premise of discussing hip-hop. Research workers for the present asked the trio to create an impromptu appearance, freestyling raps to provide audiences a good example of the genre. From Danville, Illinois, USA, they began life as the road Part Hustlers, with Da Content Headz in fact coalescing from a more substantial group of rappers and graffiti performers, called Da Content Headz Nnjaz. Nevertheless, despite their ghetto history they charted a far more humane course that could conveniently end up being differentiated from gangsta rap which produced them eminently ideal for such mainstream insurance. Bolstered with the impression that they had made over the Oprah present, their typically funny debut one, ‘I’m Nappy’, became a hit. Nevertheless, their subsequent initiatives failed to get over their unfortunate picture as ‘Oprah’s rap music group’.