Audio Fusion is a recently formed group under the production of Supa Spic, bringing a fresh sound to the world of Hip Hop in their first release 'Uncut'. Supa Spic has been producing in the New Mexico underground since 1986 taking time to perfect his skill and forge his own sound. Audio Fusion is a collective of Hip Hop, R&B, Metal, and Reggae put together with traditional hard core Hip Hop beats and rhymes. The edge of Audio Fusion's 'Uncut' is smoothed out by the songstress stylings' of Czar, and D-Red taking the songs to another level. Czar comes from Saint Luis by way of New York mixing traditional sound with Hip Hop funk. Czar let's you know it's not a man's world on 'Breakin' Free', but express her need for expression on 'Rendezvous.' D-Red has sang with Sister Girl and puts her light playful voice on 'Breakin' Free.' D-Red rounds out Audio Fusion's 'Uncut' with a sassy touch and her light hearted vocals. Supa Spic has produced four EP's with four different groups receiving a Just Plain Folks Music Award Nomination in 2001 for his work on Dynamic Lo. Audio Fusion's 'Uncut' is Supa Spics first full length album combining all his different musical influences, while keeping the hard core Hip Hop edge. Supa Spic recruited long time friend J.D. Lee for 'Hostel State' a rap rock fusion that blends the two suddenly not going over board. Also featured on Audio Fusion's 'Uncut' is Antonio, former lead singer of A Few Good Men, on 'Wifey'. Antonio lends his strong vocals to the hook. Other artists are B, a New York rapper living in Yuma, and Jesse James, of Uproot, lending his reggae hall chant to 'Tallymon'. Audio Fusion's 'Uncut' is a Hip Hop journey of fresh sound with a throw back hard core edge. 'Uncut' takes you on an emotional ride touching on subject matter from single parent homes to the world of a Viet Nam veteran. Supa Spic has created an atmosphere that will bring out empathy, make you want to get away, and pump your blood.