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No Face

No Face

No Face


Before reaching fame on MTV, Ed Lover was part of an eccentric and deliberately enigmatic Hip-Hop collective called No Face primarily with fellow members, Kevon Shah and Mark "Mark Sexx" Skeete who served as the main producer. No Face first debuted in 1989 on Island Records' Club music imprint, Great Jones with their only known recording for the label, "Hump Music" -- an underground sexually-explicit parody of The Jungle Brothers' 1988 Hip-House classic "I'll House You". Read more on Last.fm
Before reaching fame on MTV, Ed Lover was part of an eccentric and deliberately enigmatic Hip-Hop collective called No Face primarily with fellow members, Kevon Shah and Mark "Mark Sexx" Skeete who served as the main producer. No Face first debuted in 1989 on Island Records' Club music imprint, Great Jones with their only known recording for the label, "Hump Music" -- an underground sexually-explicit parody of The Jungle Brothers' 1988 Hip-House classic "I'll House You". No Face would continue recording for another five years, but they only released one album in 1990, Wake Your Daughter Up on their own No Face label, which was operated as an imprint of the Rush Associated Labels division of Def Jam Recordings. Though Ed Lover was clearly recognizable throughout parts of the album, his name was not credited on the album and he was not featured on any album or single covers during this period—thus rendering Ed Lover the "No Face" part of the group. (Their main logo featured two heads with the word "face" written in graffiti-style' at the bottom of the right face, while the official label logo features three heads with the word "face" in a more proper font.) Wake Your Daughter Up spawned two singles -- "Fake Hair Wearin' Bitch", an underground cult classic which sampled The Gap Band's "You Dropped A Bomb On Me" and featured The 2 Live Crew, and "Half", an R&B-styled divorce tale which featured the hardcore female Hip-Hop duo, BWP (Bytches With Problems), who were discovered by and recorded for No Face to a slightly bigger level of success for the label than the group No Face did.

For reasons unknown, other than possibly to avoid conflicting with his duties on MTV, Ed Lover had left No Face shortly after their time with RAL. His swan song to the group and to the label was his cameo appearance with partner Doctor Dré in BWP's video for their third single "Wanted" from their one and only album, The Bytches from 1991. No Face is also an experimental pop band from Atlanta, GA. Singer/guitarist Chandler Kelley is the only consistant member of the band, but various members have moved in and out of the group since its founding. No Face has completed one album and is in the process of mixing their second. No Face is also an electronic music composer from Bristol.

He now goes by Panda Pirate. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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