1. Robert Del Naja
2. English pop band
3. Hip-hop/R&B czech/benin project
4. Funky smooth jazz w/ Roy Ayers
5. Bulgarian pop group
1. Robert Del Naja (born 21 January 1965, in Bristol, England), also known as 3D, is an English artist and musician. Originally famous as a graffiti artist and a member of the Bristol group known as “The Wild Bunch”, Del Naja went on to become a founding member of the band Massive Attack in addition to working with James Lavelle as a collaborator on the UNKLE albums Never, Never, Land and War Stories.
2. English acoustic/songwriter/pop girl trio.
3. 3D was a one off collaboration project of czech rapper and producer Adam Svatoš (known as Deph in czech hip-hop band Chaozz and now known as Kato in Prago Union) and benin r&b singer Philip Nikwé Lawson. They only made one album - “Alpha & Omega” which was released in 1997.
4. 3D: Funky smooth jazz - Jo “Josef” Ward (keyboards, programming); Andy “Madhatter” Holmes.
Personnel: Roy Ayers,; Bobbi Depasois, Woody Cunningham,; K Rob,; Paul Bryan Farr, Steve Christian (guitar); Roger Wickham (flute, saxophone); Bernard Moss (flute); Simon Pugsley (trombone); Cheyne ,.
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