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About Monkey Mafia

Founded in the summer of 1995 by Jon Carter, this one-man project is what you get when you breed Jamaican dancehall, breakbeat, drum 'n' bass and ragga: a brash bastard that must be the center of the dancefloor. Sadly, Monkey Mafia didn't get much farther than 1998's long-awaited debut, Shoot The Boss. By then, Carter had established himself as a DJ under his own name (or as Junior Cartier) and had a regular gig at the legendary Heavenly Social in London, where the Chemical Brothers also got their start.

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Listen toMonkey Mafiaon Napster

Founded in the summer of 1995 by Jon Carter, this one-man project is what you get when you breed Jamaican dancehall, breakbeat, drum 'n' bass and ragga: a brash bastard that must be the center of the dancefloor. Sadly, Monkey Mafia didn't get much farther than 1998's long-awaited debut, Shoot The Boss. By then, Carter had established himself as a DJ under his own name (or as Junior Cartier) and had a regular gig at the legendary Heavenly Social in London, where the Chemical Brothers also got their start.

About Monkey Mafia

Founded in the summer of 1995 by Jon Carter, this one-man project is what you get when you breed Jamaican dancehall, breakbeat, drum 'n' bass and ragga: a brash bastard that must be the center of the dancefloor. Sadly, Monkey Mafia didn't get much farther than 1998's long-awaited debut, Shoot The Boss. By then, Carter had established himself as a DJ under his own name (or as Junior Cartier) and had a regular gig at the legendary Heavenly Social in London, where the Chemical Brothers also got their start.

About Monkey Mafia

Founded in the summer of 1995 by Jon Carter, this one-man project is what you get when you breed Jamaican dancehall, breakbeat, drum 'n' bass and ragga: a brash bastard that must be the center of the dancefloor. Sadly, Monkey Mafia didn't get much farther than 1998's long-awaited debut, Shoot The Boss. By then, Carter had established himself as a DJ under his own name (or as Junior Cartier) and had a regular gig at the legendary Heavenly Social in London, where the Chemical Brothers also got their start.