Comprising rapper Novacain (formerly MC Casanova) and DJ/manufacturer Globe, Phunké Assfalt was a talented, though underexposed, hip-hop duo that was dynamic in LA in the 1990s. Their gritty, R&B-minded music was hardcore rap, however the duo steered free from the sort of violent gangsta rap that was widespread on the Western world Coast at that time. Novacain and Globe fulfilled in 1987 at California Condition School, Fullerton, where Globe have been DJing at campus celebrations on weekends and asked Novacain to rap with him after hearing the MC’s parody of the U.T.F.O. track. The two quickly formed an organization known as the Kold Krush Krew (never to become confused using the Chilly Crush Brothers, among hip-hop’s pioneering NY sets of the past due ’70s and early ’80s), plus they would take part in numerous projects before documenting as Phunké Assfalt in 1994. In 1991-1992, Novacain led a funk-rock music group known as Roxanne (never to become puzzled with Roxanne Shanté, the true Roxanne, or pop-rockers Roxette), and from then on, he spent a 12 months rapping for the hip-hop/jazz group Bare Bone fragments. After that, in 1994, Novacain and Globe teamed up as Phunké Assfalt and documented Tales From your Crib for A-Street. The Compact disc, including the sexy solitary “Indonesha,” didn’t receive as very much attention since it deserved — as well as the duo didn’t record another recording in the 1990s.