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A Brooklyn duo best known for their minimalist classic "Top Billin'," Milk and Gizmo released their first album What More Can I Say? in 1988. Brothers of pioneering female rapper MC Lyte, they excelled at comical bragging rhymes, which they ran over banging beats and choice samples. Audio Two released two more records, I Don't Care - The Album and First Dead Indian before splitting up in the early nineties. Following the breakup, Milk put out a solo album called Never Dated on Rick Rubin's Def American label. He continues to produce tracks for his sister and others.

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A Brooklyn duo best known for their minimalist classic "Top Billin'," Milk and Gizmo released their first album What More Can I Say? in 1988. Brothers of pioneering female rapper MC Lyte, they excelled at comical bragging rhymes, which they ran over banging beats and choice samples. Audio Two released two more records, I Don't Care - The Album and First Dead Indian before splitting up in the early nineties. Following the breakup, Milk put out a solo album called Never Dated on Rick Rubin's Def American label. He continues to produce tracks for his sister and others.

About Audio Two

A Brooklyn duo best known for their minimalist classic "Top Billin'," Milk and Gizmo released their first album What More Can I Say? in 1988. Brothers of pioneering female rapper MC Lyte, they excelled at comical bragging rhymes, which they ran over banging beats and choice samples. Audio Two released two more records, I Don't Care - The Album and First Dead Indian before splitting up in the early nineties. Following the breakup, Milk put out a solo album called Never Dated on Rick Rubin's Def American label. He continues to produce tracks for his sister and others.

About Audio Two

A Brooklyn duo best known for their minimalist classic "Top Billin'," Milk and Gizmo released their first album What More Can I Say? in 1988. Brothers of pioneering female rapper MC Lyte, they excelled at comical bragging rhymes, which they ran over banging beats and choice samples. Audio Two released two more records, I Don't Care - The Album and First Dead Indian before splitting up in the early nineties. Following the breakup, Milk put out a solo album called Never Dated on Rick Rubin's Def American label. He continues to produce tracks for his sister and others.