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About Fu-Schnickens

A Brooklyn trio with an undeniably original lyrical approach, the Fu-Schnickens first made waves with their 1991 single "Ring The Alarm." Flexing high-speed, chaotic flows packed with punchlines and random references, the crew released two successful albums -- F.U. Don't Take It Personal and Nervous Breakdown -- before calling it quits in the mid-1990s. The Fu-Schnickens also helped introduce Shaq into the rap game, collaborating with him for the hit track "What Up Doc." A greatest hits collection was released in late 1995.

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Listen toFu-Schnickenson Rhapsody

A Brooklyn trio with an undeniably original lyrical approach, the Fu-Schnickens first made waves with their 1991 single "Ring The Alarm." Flexing high-speed, chaotic flows packed with punchlines and random references, the crew released two successful albums -- F.U. Don't Take It Personal and Nervous Breakdown -- before calling it quits in the mid-1990s. The Fu-Schnickens also helped introduce Shaq into the rap game, collaborating with him for the hit track "What Up Doc." A greatest hits collection was released in late 1995.

About Fu-Schnickens

A Brooklyn trio with an undeniably original lyrical approach, the Fu-Schnickens first made waves with their 1991 single "Ring The Alarm." Flexing high-speed, chaotic flows packed with punchlines and random references, the crew released two successful albums -- F.U. Don't Take It Personal and Nervous Breakdown -- before calling it quits in the mid-1990s. The Fu-Schnickens also helped introduce Shaq into the rap game, collaborating with him for the hit track "What Up Doc." A greatest hits collection was released in late 1995.

About Fu-Schnickens

A Brooklyn trio with an undeniably original lyrical approach, the Fu-Schnickens first made waves with their 1991 single "Ring The Alarm." Flexing high-speed, chaotic flows packed with punchlines and random references, the crew released two successful albums -- F.U. Don't Take It Personal and Nervous Breakdown -- before calling it quits in the mid-1990s. The Fu-Schnickens also helped introduce Shaq into the rap game, collaborating with him for the hit track "What Up Doc." A greatest hits collection was released in late 1995.