Chronic Future Biography
This Funk-Metal Alternative-Rock outfit from Phoenix, Arizona USA, was formed in the mid-'90s when four friends attending an alternative arts high school, decided to start a band; the line-up consisted of three lead vocalists: frontman rapper Mike Busse, guitarist Ben Collins and bassist+turntablist Brandon Lee; with Ben's brother, drummer Barry Collins, the roster was complete.
The group's first independent release, "Chronic", was finished
in 1996, a year later the record was re-released on Tommy Boy and was
supported by the clip of "Insomniac".
The band returned in the summer of 2000 with their second album, "4 Elements", which was supported with several tours, but once again the record failed to chart.
Another three and a half years passed before Chronic Future began working on their Interscope Records debut, "Lines In My Face", it climbed into the top 20 of the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart and included the Modern Rock top 40 hit single, "Time And Time Again".