An all-female group originally consisting of N-Tyce, J-Boo, Champ MC, Finesse (formerly of Finesse & Synquis), and Lin Que (formerly Isis, who was affiliated with X-Clan). A legal dispute with A&M/PolyGram Records and the then-forthcoming merger between the MCA and PolyGram families of labels that formed the Universal Music Group forced its debut album Antidote to remain in its vaults, although the single “One More to Go” b/w “Bomb Threat,” featuring Inspectah Deck, Method Man, Cappadonna, Streetlife, and GZA, was released and the album was later leaked.
Linque left the group shortly before the scenario was repeated with its second album, Pretty Thugs, which was never released due to similar label disputes, this time with DreamWorks/Interscope/Universal Records. However, as with Antidote, copies of the record were leaked, but a promo CD was actually pressed. Still with Wu-Tang Management, the group, reduced to three with the departure of Finesse for undisclosed business reasons, finally managed to release an album with 2002's Still Standing on Rocks the World/Caroline/Virgin/EMI Records.