The Hip-Hop duo consisting of members Tek and Steele are a major component of the Brooklyn-based Boot Camp Clik supergroup, and legends within the culture. Known inside and outside Kings County for their gritty raps and dark, dusty beats, Swif-n-Wessun were underground kingpins throughout the mid-1990s.
After a cease and desist order from the Smith & Wesson firearms company, the group had to rename themselves Cocoa Brovaz. But it was their classic cut, "Sound Bwoy Bureill" from their debut album, Dah Shinin' that endured them to rap fans around the globe. Sampling "Dust Out a Sound Bwoy" by Super Beagle (which was also used for Kanye West's "Mercy"), "Sound Boy Bureill" is so good that the intro usually murders the bash, before the actual tune started.
You can enjoy the Cocoa B'z brand of Jamaican Patois in the video below: