"Take one look at these guys and you might expect straight-up hip-hop music by their serious demeanor. However, you’ll surpass your preconceived judgments after enjoying some of their original sound—reppin’ a hip-hop style with some heavy ska influence. Their bassist’s “fat funky slapping style” may be to blame, or maybe their laundry list of musical influences has taken a toll on this one-of-a-kind group. In the end, each band member brings a unique style and influence to their overall sound, resulting in something entirely different from straight hip-hop. Just check out their songs “One in a Million” and “Smoke a Swish,” and you’ll hear it for yourself, but be careful—they warn us that just because we’ve heard one or two songs of their songs, doesn’t mean we’ve heard them all."