German hip-hop group Massive Töne began in the first ’90s, when close friends Schowi (Jean-Christoph Ritter) and Ju (João dos Santos), inspired by performers just like the Beastie Young boys, Public Enemy, as well as the Ultramagnetic MC’s, made a decision to begin rapping themselves. Quickly Wasi (Wasi Ntuanoglu) and DJ 5ter Lot (Alexander Scheffel) became a member of, and Substantial Töne began carrying out around their house foundation of Stuttgart, focusing on perfecting their mixture of socially conscious and party-oriented beats and rhymes. After liberating Dichter in Stuttgart in 1995 and Kopfnicker in 1996, Massive Töne had been authorized to Warner affiliate marketer East West Information, which released Überfall, the crew’s most effective recording, in 1999. Only a yr later on, however, Wasi remaining Massive Töne, and it wasn’t until 2002 how the group, right now a trio, came back with its following full-length, MT3. 3 years later on, Zurück in pass away Zukunft arrived.