The drum’n’bass tradition of Jamaica’s pop music supplies the setting for the Christian lyrics of Joey Davis and Beliefs Massive, a music group that he formed with producer D.J. Steven (blessed Jamey Wright). Launching their debut record, Drum & Bass for the Public, in 1999, Davis as well as the group continuing to explore their religious convictions on Visions, which highlighted the vocals of Terri Hutson of Nitro Compliment 7 and June Apr (whose resumé includes stints with Roberta Flack, Patti LaBelle, Natalie Cole, and Lionel Hampton) in 2000. Their third record, 2 Edged Sword, premiered in 2002. Davis produced his saving debut when he agreed upon with unbiased record label Cosmic Flux and released a compilation record, Ikon Massive.