The “World’s Famous Supreme Team” originated in 1979 in New York, with Se’Divine the Mastermind and Just Allah the Superstar founders of the “World’s Famous Supreme Team” The late 70’s and early 80’s was indeed the hip hop era. The WFST hosted and Deejayed the best of the parties,. and soon landed a spot on WHBI 105.9 FM, in New York. The one hour show was named after them, the WFST Show. It made quite a bit of noise, so much in fact, that it caught the attention of Malcolm Mclaren in London, England. The combination of Deejaying and rapping – hip hop led to their first recording, Buffalo Gals. It was a collaboration with Malcolm Mclaren and coincidentally a group called The Art of Noise! Buffalo Gals was produced by Trevor Horn, Ann Dudley and Gary Langan (AON). Throughout the 1980’s and mid 1990’s, “Buffalo Gals”, “She’s Looking Like a Hobo , “D’ya like Scratchin’?, and “World’s Famous”were amongst other hits released on Charisma Records, Polygram Records, and Island Records. The WFST began to travel, and during a stay in London, they taught the young how to mix and scratch. A Hip Hop Original and Best EP Sampler was released with the WFST, Rock Steady Crew and Malcolm Mclaren on Jugoton and Charisma Records. Then the WFST released their own debut single, “Hey DJ”, which became an infamous hit, and reaching 10 on the Billboard Charts. Hey Dj was released on Charisma/Virgin Records in England, and then later released on Island Records in the U.S. This classic was sampled by Both P Diddy and Jermaine Dupri with Mariah Carey on the track entitled “Honey”, De La Soul, Warren G and Az, amongst others over the past 23 years. Then the debut album “Rappin” was released in 1986 with other hits, like “Planet E”, Radio Man” and “City Life”, produced by Bradshaw Leigh on both Charisma/Virgin and Island Records. A Compilation album was released in 1998 with artists, KRS – One, De La Soul, Rakim, Soulson and others on Virgin Records and produced by Henri Scars Struck