Producer: Pete Rock
Album: N/A
Label: Elektra Records


In 1996 Pete Rock was one of the hottest producers in music. INI, which consisted of members Rob-O, Grap Luva, I Love H.I.M., Marco Polo and DJ Boodakhan, was signed to Rock's Soul Brother Records imprint, and released their first single, "Fakin' Jax," that year. It quickly became an underground classic, but Elektra, who distributed Pete's label, shelved the album. And though the LP was heavily bootlegged, as the years went by the group just became one giant question mark. Like, what happened to those guys?