Sunday, September 7, 2008
The group's name stands for "Just Jammin Fresh and Def," but it was originally formed from the first names of the members.
In 1987, they released only one song, "Another Ho" (which took jabs at female rapper Roxanne Shante).
Anna, Fatima, and Juanita left the group due to management & financial issues, leaving J.J. Fad as a trio with their MC, DJ Train.
The new line-up of J.J. Fad consisted of MC J.B. (Juana), Sassy C. (Michelle), and Baby-D (Dania). They became one of the original acts signed to Ruthless Records by the late Eazy-E.
In 1987, they managed to sell 400,000 copies of their single, "Supersonic" independently before Eazy-E and Jerry Heller managed to secure a major record contract.
The album was produced by Dr. Dre and DJ Yella with Arabian Prince before they gained success with N.W.A.
In 1994, DJ Train passed away from smoke inhalation. In 2006, female singer Fergie used an interpolation of "Supersonic" in her hit song, "Fergalicious" along with a sample of Afro-Rican's song, "Give it All You Got."
After being out of the music scene for almost two decades raising their families, J.J. Fad reunited and began touring in 2009. "Supersonic" appeared in Dance Central 3 and was promoted by the group on their Facebook page.
These days, J.J. Fad continue to tour around the nation, doing guest appearances and Old School shows. They are also working on a new album.
To see J.J. Fad's official website, go to:
To see J.J. Fad's official Facebook page, go to:
To see the music video for "Supersonic," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Way Out," go to:
To see the music video for "Is It Love," go to:
To see the music video for "Be Good Ta Me," go to:
To see the music video for "We In the House," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Anotha Ho," go to:
To see a fan-made video for the 1987 version of "Supersonic," go to:
[updated on 03/09/13]