Spanish hip-hop duo SFDK shaped in Seville in 1993. MC Zatu (blessed Saturnino Rey) and DJ Acción Sánchez (blessed Óscar tissue Sánchez) originally produced their name in the acronym for the expression “Direct from Da Kranny,” but afterwards instituted the modified “Siempre Fuertes de Konciencia,” or “Generally Solid of Conscience.” After some unbiased singles including “Sevilla Krannz,” “Tras Mil Vueltas,” and “Esto Va en Serio,” SFDK agreed upon to the Zona Bruta label in 1999 to concern their debut full-length, Siempre Fuertes. The record received minimal interest, a destiny that also befell its follow-up, Desde los Chiqueros. Their third LP, 2001 Odisea en un Lodo, demonstrated the industrial and essential turning stage, and in the wake of its graph discovery SFDK toured Spain, accompanied by looks in Chile as well as the U.S. The duo shaped their eponymous label before the discharge of 2005, which damaged the Spanish Best Five. Los Veteranos adopted two years later on.