The 5 member Evil Dee & Mr. Walt along with Baby Paul, Rich Blak, & Chocolate Tye came together in the late '90s to rejuvenate hip-hop with their purist aesthetics, which looked back to the genre's pioneering New York-based producers rather than the contemporary synthesizer-based sounds that were suddenly becoming the norm. The five group members, led by brothers DJ Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, honed their beat-making skills individually before joining forces and crafting the collective's trademark "boom bap" sound: an emphasis on the bottom end, the bass lines, the hard kicks, and the snares.
Fully Loaded With Statik (2004)
1. Are U Ready? (Turn It Up!) – Feat. Lord Sear 2. Let’s Go – Feat. KRS One 3. It’s Not Enough – Feat. Wordsworth and Last Emperor 4. O (11.9) – Feat. J-Live 5. Live From Master Control – Feat. Dilated Peoples, 6. Charlie 2na, and Wordsworth 7. Hip-Hop (The Essense) – Sha Lumie 8. Feedback – Feat. Krumb Snatcha 9. Mafia Don – Feat. Last Emperor 10. U..., Me..., All Ov Us – Feat. Jean Grae 11. Check 1...2... - Feat. Larry Thomas, Posion Pen 12. Karniege, and J-Zone 13. Pull Your Card - Mystic 14. That’z Y – feat. David Banks 15. Came To Do – Feat. Wordsworth 16. Outro (Turn It Up!) – Feat. Terrell Rowell
Brace 4 Impak (2001)
1.Intro / Live & Direct / Brace 4 Impak - Lord Tariq , Royce Da 5'9" 2.Devastatin' ..... That's Us!- Black Moon , Lord Have Mercy 3.Hell Yeah, Oh Yeah - Shadez Of Brooklyn 4.Hustler' s Theme - Last Emperor 5.Bentleys & Bitches - Jayo Felony , Ras Kass 6.Best At That - Diamond 7.Extreme Situation - Blackheart Scavangers , Cocoa Brovaz 8.Open - Pete Rock 9.Take That - Flipmode Squad 10.Drama - Shadez Of Brooklyn 11.The Anti-Love Movement - Talib Kweli 12.How We Ride - Freddie Foxxx , Heather B. 13.Shut Da Fuck Up - Apani B. Fly , Jean Grae 14.Thug Love - Naughty By Nature 15.Let's Talk About It (T.R.O.Y. Remix) - Krumbsnatcha 16.Ghetto 2 Ghetto - Cordell , Tefelarn
Brace 4 Impak (Instrumentals)