Probably one of the most acclaimed reggae DJs to emerge through the early ’90s was Terror Fabulous. Likened frequently to Buju Banton, Fantastic issued several produces during the 10 years, including such game titles as Terror Fantastic, Lyrically Tough, and Gwaney Gwaney. But Terror Fabulous’ best-known recording continues to be 1994’s Yaga Yaga, his just release for a significant label (East Western). Made by Dave Kelly, the recording spawned such well-known paths as “Gangster’s Anthem,” and presented guest looks by other performers, including Maxi Priest (within the monitor “Miss Goody Goody”), Wayne Question, Daddy Screw, Nadine Sutherland, Brian Yellow metal, Tony Yellow metal, and Gary Minott. Furthermore to his personal produces, Terror Fabulous provides popped through to other performers’ recordings, including En Vogue (Runaway Like), Luciano (Where THERE’S Lifestyle), and UNDER-DEVELOPED (Reggae Ambassadors: 20th Wedding anniversary Collection), although small was noticed from him with the dawn from the 21st century.