Long Island’s JVC Power, a rap group whose name means “Justified by Virtue of Imagination for All Factors Concerning Entertainment” (that could make them “J.V.C. Farce,” but whatever) was a trio comprising DJ Curt Cazal and MCs AJ Rok and MC B-Luv. Agreed upon to B-Boy, the group broke out with an underground strike single by means of “Solid Isle.” The track would end up being the group’s personal moment, and even though several successive tracks arrived near rivaling the song’s greatness, the group was by no means able to best it. The group remaining two albums in its wake, 1988’s Doin’ Damage and 1990’s Pressure Field.
Full Name J.V.C. F.O.R.C.E.
Music Songs Strong Island, Doin' Damage, It's a Force Thing, Introduction 2 Dance, Matik-A-Matik, Smooth-N-Mellow, Tear the Show Up, The Force Is the Boss, Stylin' Lyrics, It's a K.O., Keep a Handle, Stop-N-Listen, A Musical Sample, The Force Is Buggin, JVC Is in the Haus, Envy-4-Another, Collapsin' Em, Take It Away, This Is Our Song, You'll Like It Too, Nu Skool, Love Line, Trivial Pursuit, Sandee, It's Our Turn, Force Field, We Got Our Own Thing, Dejavu, Puppy Love, The Move, Section 6: The Home of Hip-Hop / Strong Island / Kowalski / Time to Get Ill / I'm Gonna Love You a Little More Baby / Public Enemy Number One / Blow Your Head / Breakin' Bells, We Got Out Own Thing
Albums Doin' Damage, Force Field