Also known as MAHSAT
Members of Mahsat: Blatjargon, Houdini (4), Maximilian (4)

Discography of Mahsat:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Laboratoru' 12 Audio 2002-05-01

Critically acclaimed Romanian hip hop group Mahsat was founded in the late 1990s by then-teenagers Maximilian, Houdini and Blatjargon. With an uncompromising mix of hardcore lyricism and cynical irony, they immediatly drew attention upon themselves. [a=Paraziţii] producer and member [a=Cheloo] worked with them on their 1998 debut single, "Jucator cu doua fete" (Two-faced Player).

The group was recruited by hip hop veterans [a=B.U.G. Mafia] to sign with their then-newly established [a=Casa Productions] in 2001 and they were featured on the "B.U.G Mafia prezinta Casa" (B.U.G. Mafia presents: Casa), a compilation meant to introduce the label's signees to the world.

Mahsat released their debut album, Laboratoru' (The Laboratory), in mid-2002, to universal critical acclaim, but to very poor sale numbers. Producer and member Blatjargon quit the group in disappointment and continued his musical career as a pop producer and member of house duo [a=Deepside Deejays].

By 2008, the group had disbanded with Maximilian and Blatjargon pursuing their careers as musicians. They occasionally reunite to perform live or on [a=Maximilian (4)]'s albums.

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