This leading session band, featuring Carlton ‘Bubblers’ Ogilvie (keyboards), Antonio Philips (guitar), Kenton ‘Fish’ Brown (bass) and Trevor Fagan (drums), was formed in the first 90s. Ahead of their involvement using the Ruff Cut Music group Philips and Fagan got used the On U Audio collective in studio room bands such as for example Creation Rebel and African Mind Charge. Pursuing on off their use On U Sound the duo became a member of Ogilvie and Dark brown in Undivided Root base, who enjoyed some popular reggae strikes in the middle-80s. The many people reunited in Ruff Cut and quickly set up themselves as an popular session music group, supporting both going to Jamaicans and UK-based performers. The Ruff Cut Music group have recorded strikes with UK performers such as for example Barbara Naps (‘Sorry’, ‘Harming Inside’), Starkey Banton (‘Peacefulness Like And Unity’), Don Ricardo (‘How Can I’) and Chukki Superstar (‘Praise The Originator’). These productions surfaced in the music group’s very own Ruff Cut label, which in addition they released their very own ‘Three In One’. Their use Jamaican performers contains artists such as for example Lifestyle, Freddie McGregor, Yellowman, Shabba Rates and Beenie Guy. Pursuing on from Ruff Cut’s achievement with Naps acclaimed No Apologies, the music group caused Keith Douglas on his return material. In the beginning of the millennium the music group released some albums showcasing their function that verified their significant contribution to UK reggae. While each is good albums the US-licensed DJ Bonanza is usually notable for offering the united kingdom hip-hop mixture with Phoebe One alongside Crimson Rat and Goofy.