K-Alexi Shelby recorded for best Chicago house brands Trax and DJ International, Derrick May’s seminal techno label Transmat and later on, European brands ACV and Djax-Up-Beats. He’s responsible for many early acid-house classics (“All for Lee-Sah,” “Fact of a Wish,” “It’s Me”) and created among the uncommon home full-lengths, Don’t Cha WANT TO BUY? He started DJing in the first ’80s, so when area of the Risque Tempo Team (afterwards Risque II and Risque III), Shelby documented “The Jacking Area,” “Fact of a Wish,” and “A lot more than Only a Dance,” all 1986-1987 classics over the rising house picture. For Trax, he also created “Hot Golf swing” as well as the record Trick Monitors as K. Kool. After hooking up with Detroit’s Derrick Might (who was simply a normal in Chicago), K-Alexi documented “All for Lee-Sah” on May’s Transmat Information, and also caused afterwards Chicago mainstays like Fast Eddie and Mike Dunn. Shelby also released mostly of the LPs on DJ International, 1991’s Don’t Cha WANT TO BUY?, and produced the switchover to his developing European fanbase through the early ’90s with singles for Djax-Up-Beats, ACV, among others. Though he documented more rarely through the ’90s, K-Alexi released two full-lengths, Perfect Success in 1996 and Brings You Overall Power twelve months later.