1. Slim Kid Tre (the Pharcyde)
While working as a DJ, Slim Kid Tre runs Live & Direct PDX, a monthly party event in Portland, Ore. that features live remixing of classic hip-hop favorites. He founded a live band, alongside Tony Ozier and the Doo Doo Funk All-Stars, with whom he last performed in Portland in August.
2. Romye (the Pharcyde)
While he's still a member of the Pharcyde, Romye has also become the creative director of Chapter 1 Media and the owner of design label CYMI.
3. Fatlip (the Pharcyde)
Fatlip released a solo album, The Loneliest Punk in 2005 and a cross-genre collaboration with The Chemical Brothers (on their song "The Salmon Dance") in 2007. He is currently in the studio recording an album with L.A.-based producer/rapper Mnemonic.
4. Teddy Ted (Awesome Two)
One half of the golden-era crew Awesome Two, Teddy Tedd owns Awesome Entertainment. He also serves as a producer, broadcaster, and DJ at Sirius Satellite Radio and tours with a live show.
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Casual's most recent music came out in 2012, when he released the mixtapes He Still Think He Raw and Respect Game or Expect Flames with J. Rawls. In 2013, he was featured on Deltron 3030's single "What Is This Loneliness."
8. Del The Funkee Homosapien
Del the Funkee Homosapien is designing the clothing line Delhiero, and has continued to release music. Most recently, you could find him on two tracks from Figure's Horns of the Apocalypse EP, "Beast Mode" and "War Call." In July, he released an album with his old group Hieroglyphics, The Kitchen, and in September, one with his Deltron 3030 partners Dan the Automator and Kid Koala, called Event 2.
The Souls of Mischief member made his solo debut in 2007 with the album My Last Good Deed and followed it up in 2011 with an EP, Pepper Spray.
10. Prime Minister Pete Nice
The Long Island native and founding member of 3rd Bass, Pete Nice now owns a sports bar in Boston called McGreevy’s 3rd Bass Saloon. He also runs a baseball memorabilia site called Hauls of Shame.
11. Ruel (Rock Steady Crew)
Once a member of the legendary b-boy gang, the Rock Steady Crew, Ruel has dipped off the radar. In a recent interview, Crazy Legs said he hadn't spoken to him in a while.
12. Tajai (Souls Of Mischief)
Tajai isn't just into building rhymes. The rapper's developed a taste for architecture and real estate, having recently designed a cupcake shop for Casual’s little sister. He envisions himself building his own house in the future.
13. Phesto (Souls Of Mischief)
Phesto spends his time nowadays producing and performing with the Hieroglyphics and as a solo artist. He released a new album, Background Check, in 2012.
14. Mr. Funkyman (Lords Of The Underground)
One of the founding members of the Lords of the Underground, Mr. Funkyman got back together with the old crew earlier this year for a series of performances celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album, Here Come the Lords.
15. Dallas Austin
In 1992, the charismatic and multi-talented Dallas Austin founded Rowdy Records with L.A. Reid. Austin is best known for producing TLC's biggest hits like "Creep" and "Ain't 2 Proud 2 Beg." Austin now works as the Senior Vice President of A&R at Island Records.
16. DJ Kid Capri
When DJ Kid Capri isn't hosting VH1's Master Of The Mix, he DJs shows and parties around the country. In 2012, he was commissioned to remix an exclusive track on Madonna's MDNA, "Masterpiece."
17. P. Diddy
A little known industry figure in 1993, Sean "P. Diddy" Combs has become more recognizable in the years since. The Bad Boy Records founder recently launched Revolt TV, and continues to promote for Ciroc vodka, among other things.
18. Opio (Souls of Mischief)
Opio continues to make music and tours with Souls Mischief and Hieroglyphics.
19. Skeff Anselm
The producer with the funky name, so memorably shouted out on Tribe's "Jazz," Skeff Anselm has transitioned his career into film and TV.
20. Jazzy Jay
Bronx DJ, Jazzy Jay helped Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin lay the foundation for Def Jam Records in the early '80s. (The first official Def Jam single was "It's Yours" by T La Rock & Jazzy Jay.) Today, Jay still spins on the regular and promotes the Zulu Nation all day, every day.
21. Pee Wee Dance (Rock Steady Crew)
During a phone interview, fellow Rock Steady Crew member Crazy Legs said Pee Wee Dance "disappeared" after the '90s—he hasn't heard anything from him since.
22. Buckshot (Black Moon)
Co-founder of indie-rap standard bearer Duck Down Records, Buckshot dropped a verse over Black Moon's "I Got Cha Opin" alongside Eminem, who reworked the 1993 classic during the sessions for his new The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
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24. Special Ed
At just 16, Special Ed left his mark on the game with Youngest in Charge, which featured such all-time classics as "I Got It Made" and "I'm The Magnificent." Today, Edward Archer owns and operates Semi Records and contines to perform across the country.
25. DJ Evil Dee (Black Moon)
DJ Evil Dee continues to spin at venues across the country. He recently reunited with Buckshot and 5ft. Accelerator and has been performing in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the trio's debut album, Enta Da Stage.
26. 5Ft. Accelerator (Black Moon)
Age: 40 5Ft. Accelerator recently reunited with Black Moon at SXSW for the 20th anniversary of its debut album, Enta Da Stage.
27. Rashad Smith
Having DJ'd for the Rock the Bells tour for the past few years, stalwart boom-bap producer Rashad Smith divides his time between London and New York, continuing to make beats for artists like Erykah Badu.