Following lead of single react Kurtis Blow, the old-school hip-hop/electro clothing Fearless Four (actually a sextet) had been the very first rap group to become signed to a significant label, namely Elektra. Founded with the Damaging Tito (MC, delivered Tito Jones) and Get good at OC (DJ, delivered Oscar Rodriguez Jr.), the group was originally a duo referred to as the Houserockers Staff, but gradually started picking up brand-new people: Mike Skiing, Troy B (previously from the Disco Four), and the fantastic Peso (delivered Mitchell Offer) were the very first, though just Peso remained on completely. Troy B was changed by DLB (delivered Daryl Barksdale), as well as the lineup was afterwards finished by Mighty Mike C (delivered Michael Kevin Clee) another DJ, Krazy Eddie (delivered Eddie Thompson). Fearless Four released their debut one in the Enjoy label in 1981; “Rockin’ It” became a cult electro traditional, using its Afrika Bambaataa-inspired sampling of Kraftwerk’s “THE PERSON Machine,” along with the soundtrack from the film Poltergeist. The follow-up, the Kitty Stevens-sampling “It’s Magic,” helped cinch a cope with Elektra, for whom Fearless Four debuted with “Simply Rock and roll” (which sampled Gary Numan’s “Vehicles”). The Kurtis Blow-produced follow-up, “Complications of the Globe Today” (1983), became the group’s second most effective solitary, building on the brand new social awareness of Grandmaster Flash’s “The Message.” Further singles like “Commitment” adopted, but from the middle-’80s, the group’s design had become moveé, plus they faded from view; Grasp OC and Krazy Eddie documented several singles collectively from 1984-1985, including “Experts of the Scrape,” but small else was noticed from them.