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About J.J. Fad

A trio from Los Angeles, J.J. Fad (short for Just Jammin Fresh And Def) comprised MC J.B., Sassy C, and Baby-D. Signed to NWA's label, Ruthless Records, they had a big hit in '88 with the high-speed classic "Supersonic" from the album of the same name. After throwing down on the "We're All In The Same Game" project -- the West's version of "Self Destruction." -- they dropped their second record, 1991's little-heard Not Just A Fad. They've been M.I.A. ever since.

Listen toJ.J. Fadon Rhapsody

A trio from Los Angeles, J.J. Fad (short for Just Jammin Fresh And Def) comprised MC J.B., Sassy C, and Baby-D. Signed to NWA's label, Ruthless Records, they had a big hit in '88 with the high-speed classic "Supersonic" from the album of the same name. After throwing down on the "We're All In The Same Game" project -- the West's version of "Self Destruction." -- they dropped their second record, 1991's little-heard Not Just A Fad. They've been M.I.A. ever since.

About J.J. Fad

A trio from Los Angeles, J.J. Fad (short for Just Jammin Fresh And Def) comprised MC J.B., Sassy C, and Baby-D. Signed to NWA's label, Ruthless Records, they had a big hit in '88 with the high-speed classic "Supersonic" from the album of the same name. After throwing down on the "We're All In The Same Game" project -- the West's version of "Self Destruction." -- they dropped their second record, 1991's little-heard Not Just A Fad. They've been M.I.A. ever since.

About J.J. Fad

A trio from Los Angeles, J.J. Fad (short for Just Jammin Fresh And Def) comprised MC J.B., Sassy C, and Baby-D. Signed to NWA's label, Ruthless Records, they had a big hit in '88 with the high-speed classic "Supersonic" from the album of the same name. After throwing down on the "We're All In The Same Game" project -- the West's version of "Self Destruction." -- they dropped their second record, 1991's little-heard Not Just A Fad. They've been M.I.A. ever since.