|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||What Can We Say?||10||Audio||1991||Southside Records|
|2||That's The Way (Positivity)||3||Audio||1990||Southside Records|
|3||That's The Way (Positivity)||2||Audio||1990||Southside Records|
|4||Body Rhymes (Protect Yourself)||2||Audio||1991||Southside Records|
|5||What Can We Say||10||Audio||1991|
Early New Zealand hip-hop duo.
Otis, the son of renowned artist Dick Frizzell, is now himself a New Zealand graffiti artist and fine artist with a global reputation.
Mark Williams is still an MC and also DJs, as Slave. He is part of [a=Fat Freddy's Drop], tasked with live MC duties.
The pair also had a TV show called [i]Mo' Show[/i]. Slave was involved in the True School Hiphop Show on Radio BFM, alongside DJ Sirvere and DLT.