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About JVC Force

A three-man crew out of Long Island, JVC Force (Bee Luv, Curt Cazal, and A.J. Rok), released two impressive albums, Doin' Damage (1988) and Force Field (1990), before fading out of sight. Strong and witty rhymes are effortlessly laid over excellent, sample-centric tracks and consistently tight breakbeats. Their sound is distinctly late 1980s, i.e. timeless and unquestionably funky. Subject matter ranges from reliable braggadocio to social commentary to everyday life, with occasional excursions into the realms of ragamuffin and house. JVC Force have been quiet for most of the 1990s, though Curt Cazal is currently releasing singles with Q-Ball under the name QNC.

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Listen toJVC Forceon Rhapsody

A three-man crew out of Long Island, JVC Force (Bee Luv, Curt Cazal, and A.J. Rok), released two impressive albums, Doin' Damage (1988) and Force Field (1990), before fading out of sight. Strong and witty rhymes are effortlessly laid over excellent, sample-centric tracks and consistently tight breakbeats. Their sound is distinctly late 1980s, i.e. timeless and unquestionably funky. Subject matter ranges from reliable braggadocio to social commentary to everyday life, with occasional excursions into the realms of ragamuffin and house. JVC Force have been quiet for most of the 1990s, though Curt Cazal is currently releasing singles with Q-Ball under the name QNC.

About JVC Force

A three-man crew out of Long Island, JVC Force (Bee Luv, Curt Cazal, and A.J. Rok), released two impressive albums, Doin' Damage (1988) and Force Field (1990), before fading out of sight. Strong and witty rhymes are effortlessly laid over excellent, sample-centric tracks and consistently tight breakbeats. Their sound is distinctly late 1980s, i.e. timeless and unquestionably funky. Subject matter ranges from reliable braggadocio to social commentary to everyday life, with occasional excursions into the realms of ragamuffin and house. JVC Force have been quiet for most of the 1990s, though Curt Cazal is currently releasing singles with Q-Ball under the name QNC.

About JVC Force

A three-man crew out of Long Island, JVC Force (Bee Luv, Curt Cazal, and A.J. Rok), released two impressive albums, Doin' Damage (1988) and Force Field (1990), before fading out of sight. Strong and witty rhymes are effortlessly laid over excellent, sample-centric tracks and consistently tight breakbeats. Their sound is distinctly late 1980s, i.e. timeless and unquestionably funky. Subject matter ranges from reliable braggadocio to social commentary to everyday life, with occasional excursions into the realms of ragamuffin and house. JVC Force have been quiet for most of the 1990s, though Curt Cazal is currently releasing singles with Q-Ball under the name QNC.