The Fearless Four (band)

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Fearless Four
OriginNew York
GenresHip hop
Old-school hip hop
Years active1977–1994
LabelsEnjoy!, Elektra, Tuff City, Mercury
Mighty Mike C
The Great Peso
Krazy Eddie
Master OC

The Fearless Four (also known as Fearless 4 and Fearless Four) is an American old school hip hop group from Harlem, New York. The group is best known for its 1982 single "Rockin' It",[1] which was based on the Kraftwerk track "The Man-Machine" and was featured in the 1983 documentary Style Wars. Originally, the Fearless Four was a two-member group called the Houserockers Crew. Later, it reappeared as a six-member group consisting of the Great Peso, Devastating Tito, Mighty Mike C, Krazy Eddie, DLB, and Master OC. In 1983, the group collaborated with rapper Kurtis Blow to produce the single "Problems of the World." It was the first crew to be signed to a major label, Elektra Records.[2] The group only released one studio album, Creepin' up on Ya, which was released in 1994.





  1. ^ Fearless Four, The - Rockin' It
  2. ^ , 'Vibe Magazine, Dec 1994 - Jan 1995, Vol. 2, No. 10, p.68

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