Est. whenever during the fast food revolution Stan Cooke and George Boundary are former hot dog vendor owners turned professional cooks/rappers who used to own two competitor hot dog stalls in Market Street-Joburg, the South African big city, New York of Africa. The stalls were situated next to the Hip-Hop club Lé Club, which gave birth to a new generation of Hip-Hip in J-Sec. With the influx of migrants opening similar set ups and other highly competitive and profitable
Kebab stalls and international fast food outlets the two decided to close shop and join forces using all their hard earned profits to buy studio equipment and open a small dingy take away outlet - famous for it’s clean fat cakes - with a mini studio in the back room. The two used to be members of a pick-pocketing street gang called ‘Ayas Crooks’, but their love for rap changed their lives for the better…cliché? But this is not one of those rags to riches success stories. The two still work as waiters and cop-like partners delivery guys and use most of their tip monies, salaries and outlet’s profits financing their album, which sounds better than most big-budget international albums.