Jump Off (Feat. K7 & Ty Bless)
K7 had success in the mid-'90s with his fusion of rap, dancehall, and dance, having paired with Joey Gardner to record a solo album titled Swing Batta Swing under the name K7. The Gold album spawned 3 huge international hits including the multi-million seller 'Come Baby Come' and a club favorite, 'Zunga Zeng'. K7 & the swing kids became the new Latin-flavoured hip-hop dance unit from Spanish Harlem, New York & The Bronx. Led by K7, who gives the group their name, they also feature DJ Non-Stop, Prophet, Tre Duece and LOS, Dj Skribble, Vice Verse, Ty Bless, Dj Finese and others, including Dj Fade, Dj Slynkee & Dj Degree. 'My music as K7 is what most guys do in clubs all over the world, cat call girls and dance. I just put it out on some what of a hip-hop level. It's not rap music', says K7. In addition, K7 also performs all of your favorite TKA hits at every show. Some people in the industry would like to forget what we and the other pioneers of Latin Hip-Hop created and the doors we kicked open for Latinos. But the fans never forgot. That's why were doing this again- for our fans. K7 has had songs featured on movie soundtracks and television shows like Jim Carrey's 'The Mask', 'I Like It Like That', The National Commercial for Bernie Mac's 'Mr. 3000', MTV's 'The Real World', 'New York Undercover', Gatorade Commercials, and a VH1 Special. K7 has also performed on MTV's 'The Grind', Showtime at The Apollo, Arsenio Hall, The WB's 11 Morning Show, and K7 also appeared on the National Commercial 'I Love NY' along with Marc Anthony. K7 has opened for R. Kelly, Salt & Pepper, Robbie Williams, and Naughty By Nature. K7 has a long career on New York radio as well working at hot 97 for 8 years.