|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Disko Baby||4||Audio||2000||Kroner Grammofoner|
|3||Godt Ord Igen||14||Audio||2000|
|4||Istid + Sex&90||2||Audio||1996||RCA|
|5||Konga||2||Audio||2000||Kroner & Ører|
|7||Chauførrende / Et Pletskud Fra AOK||7||Audio||1996||Ariola/RCA-RCA/Ariola|
Danish Rap group founded in 1992 as [a=Beat Around The Bush (2)]. Released the albums "Kun 1 Smule Pr. Vers" and "Skatten, Bomben og Kongen" in 1995.
The commercial breakthrough came in 1996, when they changed their name to Kongehuset, and the track "Chauførende" led to a contract with BMG (Denmark) and the release of the debut album "Kongehuset ...Klarer Ærterne" later that year.
The 2nd album never made it to a release, it was cancelled by BMG due to spending cuts.
Michael Andersen left the group in 1998 and he was replaced by K.A.W.
Under the new constellation they released the album "Godt Ord Igen" in 2000.
They splitted up in 2001.
Henning Winther (MC BoZZ / Kong Winther)
Svend Georg Jørgensen (Q.T. / Ghettosvend)
Michael Andersen (Scratchdaddy AOK / KløFar AOK)*
* replaced by K.A.W. in 1998