DJ SS played a significant part in the early-’90s advancement of drum’n’bass, releasing several formative tracks from 1990 on his co-owned Development label before returning in the mid-’90s with various productions after a short sabbatical. Given birth to Leroy Little in Leicester, Britain, SS’s participation in the drum’n’bass picture predates its advancement, back in the times of hardcore. In the first ’90s when hardcore started to morph into what would become referred to as drum’n’bass, he released some influential songs on Development, including “Breakbeat Pressure,” among the style’s early classics. Nevertheless, once drum’n’bass exchanged its hardcore origins for a far more ragga-inflected audio around 1993, SS retired from creation, not being thinking about the ragga audio. He concentrated his efforts during this time period on various other brands that he went. He came back to drum’n’bass a couple of years later, though, within a big method. Throughout the past due ’90s he released many information on different brands under several monikers (Eager, Tekniq), becoming one of the most recognized manufacturers in the U.K. drum’n’bass picture.