The four-man Dallas crew Mad Flava were short players within the middle-’90s “weed-hop” scene that followed the breakout success of Cypress Hill. Made up of MCs Frosty Chris the Soulman (true name: Chris Parker) and Don Kasaan, DJ Baby G the Cut Selectah, and manufacturer/MC Erich “Buzz Dawg” Krause, Mad Flava procured a cope with Concern Information after upping their profile with support gigs throughout Tx for established performers like KRS-One, A Tribe Known as Goal, and Cypress Hill themselves. Concurrent to the favorite explosion of Cypress Hill was the home of Pain sensation of 1992-1993. The Muggs-produced “Leap Around” acquired popularized the idea of a Caucasian MC. Mad Flava’s primary man, Cool Chris, was white and he and his group smoked prodigious levels of weed. Everything directed to Concern having popular on its hands in From tha Surface Unda, the Flava’s debut record. But litigation over test licensing and distribution complications hung up its discharge, and by enough time Surface finally found its way to past due 1993, the Flava’s short window of chance had shut. A half-hearted promotional advertising campaign from Concern did little to operate a vehicle curiosity about the group, and shortly Mad Flava faded back to the Dallas underground, casualties of the fickle hip-hop marketplace .