This collaboration between seasoned jazz exponents and Guru (b. Keith Elam, 18 July 1966, Roxbury, Massachusetts, USA) of Gang Starr provides proved with an long lasting commercial and innovative shelf life. A number of the brands mixed up in initial instalment included N’Dea Davenport (COMPLETELY NEW Heavies), Carleen Anderson, Courtney Pine, Branford Marsalis, Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Lonnie Liston Smith and French rapper MC Solaar. An inventive mixture, highlighted by an individual, ‘No TIME FOR YOU TO Play’, offering the vocals of Dee C. Lee (Style Council), which helped relaunch the last mentioned’s profession. The Jazzmatazz task’s roots had been definitely laid in Gang Starr’s ‘Jazz Thing’, a cooperation with Marsalis which Spike Lee provides utilized to theme his film, Mo’ Better Blues. Another volume, having a duet with Chaka Khan and creation work with the Solsonics, premiered in 1995. The 3rd quantity, released in Oct 2000, pursued an edgier, metropolitan sound with efforts from Macy Grey, Donell Jones, Angie Rock, the Root base, Kelis, Craig David, with creation work by Master, Dallas Austin, the Neptunes, and DJ Damage.