UK musician of the first 90s who initial emerged with Epitome Of Buzz’s ‘Females With An Attitude’, which sampled Madonna, and was initially released by himself Pure Bonhomie label before getting licensed to Big Lifestyle. Further cool rave music, dominated by breakbeats, implemented. Within Blapps Posse! he was also behind ‘Bus It’/‘Don’t Keep Back again’, which marketed some 10, 000 copies on white label before getting found by Rebel MC’s Trible Bass label. He transferred to Essex’s rave central HQ, D-Zone Information, for Turntable Symphony’s ‘Guidelines Of Lifestyle’, made up of fellow Blaaps Posse! member Aston Harvey.