Being among the most interesting from the electro hip-hop groups, NY, USA’s Warp 9 were a task helmed by producers Lotti Golden and Richard Scher. They presented a full-scale music group in Boe Dark brown (ex-the Strikers) and Chuck Wansley (ex-Charades), as joint vocalist/percussionists, plus Ada Dwyer (vocals) and DJ John ‘ Jellybean’ Benitez. Scher, who originated from a jazz history, dealt with keyboards, while Golden offered lyrics and additional vocals. Golden experienced formerly recorded an early on ‘rap’ solitary, ‘Motorbike’, for Atlantic Information in 1969, and created ‘Dance TOWARDS THE Rhythm Of Like’, later documented by Patti LaBelle. The duo began their collaboration by generating Sharon Dark brown’s ‘I Specialise In Like’ for Profile Information, before going onto work with organizations such as for example Chilltown (‘Rock and roll The Defeat’) and Women’ Choice (‘Ladies Night time Out’). Warp 9 produced their debut with ‘Nunk’, a melody highly common of the time that was underpinned by way of a perfunctory Casio key pad. They adopted it with ‘Light Years Away’, which once again indulged in electro’s familiar science-fiction fantasies. Vocalist Dyer later on took a significant role within the theatrical creation from the Wiz. Warp 9’s two singles had been frequently appended to several electro compilations in the past due 80s and early 90s because the central staff shifted to other creation projects.