Among the initial rap and hip-hop organizations in Senegal, Positive Dark Spirit represents a cooperation between Didier Sourou Awadi, formerly with Didier Awadi’s Syndicate, and Doug E. Tee (created: Amadou Barry), previously using the Ruler MCs. Associated with the rhythmic onslaught of traditional Senegealese tools — including percussion, kora, and balafon — both inspire one another with heavily politics rhyming and DJ-like toasting, mainly within the Wolof vocabulary. Forsaking traditional outfits and folklore, the group requires an ultra-modern method of their performances. The entire year 1992 became a pivotal one for Positive Dark Spirit. After stirring enthusiasm with their functionality on the Dakar French Cultural Center’s music celebration, Dakar 92: Mbalax, Jazz, and Rap, the group was asked to end up being the opening action for the Dakar debut of French rap superstar MC Solaar in Oct. Solaar was therefore impressed with the group’s functionality that he asked them to keep opening displays for him in France. Positive Dark Spirit released a self-produced cassette record in 1993, using the task underwritten with the French Cultural Middle in Dakar. The next calendar year, the group toured Britain, Switzerland, and France. Time for Senegal, the associates of Positive Dark Soul were asked to improvise with a normal chorus using one tune, “Golf swing Yela,” on Baaba Maal’s record, Firin’ in Fouta. They documented their debut record, Salaam, shortly soon after with several monitors produced by Increase Bass of La Funk Mob and the rest of the tracks made by Fresh Stylus. During 1997, they performed 130 displays in European countries and THE UNITED STATES.