Structured around saxophonist James Plunky Branch, Oneness of Juju was the next incarnation from the Afrocentric creative jazz group Juju who documented two albums for the Strata East label in the first ’70s. Alongside new associates and new equipment, including the launch of the drum kit towards the African and Afro-Cuban percussion section, a fresh name was followed to reveal the path of the group. While Juju was frequently in comparison to Pharoah Sanders and mixed up in loft jazz picture in NY, Oneness of Juju included even more populist R&B components and presented vocals to the brand new group sound aswell. The sound of the incarnation, more comparable to the Ohio Players and Kool & the Gang at this time, was noted on two recordings, 1975’s African Rhythms and Space Jungle Luv in 1976. Ever-evolving, even jazz and hip-hop had been incorporated within the ’80s as well as the group continuing as Plunky & Oneness.