Chaozz

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Chaozz
Origin Prague, Czech Republic
Genres Hip hop
Years active 1995–2002
Labels Polygram, Universal
Associated acts Syndrom Snopp, Prago Union, DJ Smog, DJ Skupla, DJ Ba2s, Deph, Kato, Fugaz, Rusty
Website www.chaozz.cz
Members Bass (aka Ba2s)
Deph (aka Kato)
Rusty
Fugaz
DJ Skupla
Past members DJ Smog

Chaozz was a Czech hip hop group, active from 1995 to 2002, during which time they released four albums.

Career[edit]

Chaozz was formed in 1995 of five members: Bass, MC Deph, Rusty, Fugaz and DJ Smog. Bass and Rusty had previously been members of another hip hop group, UNIT, established in 1993. and MC Deph had released a solo record, before working with Fugaz on a project entitled Flavamatic. UNIT disbanded in 1994, with Bass and Rusty joining DJ Smog to form the group Chaozz. Shortly afterwards the two groups merged under the name Chaozz.

The group began to achieve success after meeting Ivo Pospíšil, a record-store owner who had contacts in PolyGram. In 1996 they released their first album ...a nastal chaos. After this album they worked with the Slovak group No Gravity on the track "Chaozz věci", which was used on commercials and received airplay on TV Nova and radio stations.

In 2002, after four albums, the group disbanded. Deph joined former UNIT colleague DJ Skupla to form another group, Prago Union, and Bass is a DJ and works on a new project entitled Ba2s.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Other[edit]

  • "Televize" (demo) (1995)
  • "Planeta opic" (vinyl EP) (1996)
  • "Sorry" (single with No Gravity) (1997)
  • "Zprdelevinyl" (vinyl EP) (1997)
  • "Brána/Hej lidi" (single) (1997)
  • "Sekec mazec" (vinyl EP) (2001)
  • "Inventura" (2004)

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