Appearing out of the fertile early-’80s NY rap scene, Whodini had been among the first rap teams to include a straight R&B twist with their music, thus laying the groundwork for the brand new jack golf swing movement. The group contains rappers Jalil Hutchins and John “Ecstasy” Fletcher, adding famous DJ Drew “Grandmaster Dee” Carter, known to be able to scuff records with just about any section of his body, in 1986. Whodini produced its name with good-humored tracks like “Magic’s Wand” (the 1st rap music to feature an associated video), “The Haunted Home of Rock and roll” (a rewrite of “Monster Mash”), and “Freaks TURN OUT during the night,” and their concert events were the 1st rap concerts to feature standard dancers (U.T.F.O. people Doctor Snow and Kangol Child). Pursuing 1987’s Open up Sesame, Whodini continued hiatus because of issues with their record firm, as well about concentrate on brand-new households. The group attempted a comeback in 1991 with Bag-a-Trix without very much success, despite getting their credited as rap innovators. Five years afterwards, Whodini returned using their 6th album, appropriately entitled Six. The record disappeared soon after its release.