The I.N.C. was a Hip Hop crew formed by rapper Masta Ace. The group, also known as Masta Ace Incorporated, included Eyceurokk (Eyce, Uneek and Rokkdiesel), Lord Digga, Paula Perry and R&B vocalist Leschea.
In 1992, Ace formed the I.N.C. crew and recorded their first group album, SlaughtaHouse, which was released in May 1993. Ace provided most all of the rapping, while Lord Digga served as the hype-man. Paula Perry rapped on the song Who U Jackin'?, Leschea provided vocals for Don't Fuck Around (Outro), and Eyceurokk appeared on the tracks "Ain't U Da Masta" and "Saturday Nite Live". The album was highly acclaimed, but sold only moderately well. SlaughtaHouse featured a hidden bonus track, Born To Roll, which became a huge hit in 1994, breaking into the Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.
Eyceurokk split from the crew after SlaughtaHouse, leaving the group to four members. In 1995, the crew released their second album, Sittin' On Chrome, which featured "Born to Roll", as well as two more Hot 100 hit singles, The I.N.C. Ride and "Sittin' on Chrome". The album, produced by Ace, Bluez Bruthas (Lord Digga and Witch Doctor), Uneek and Louie Vega, featured a sound Ace called "Brooklyn Bass Music". The album was also highly acclaimed, and sold better than SlaughtaHouse, but still wasn't able to push a strong amount of units.
The crew split up in 1996, after Ace began having personal conflicts with Lord Digga and Paula Perry. Ace was largely missing from the scene until 2001, when he returned with his acclaimed solo album Disposable Arts. According to a 2006 interview on Prince Paul's XM Radio show, Ace stated that he and Lord Digga are finally speaking again, but Ace has yet to collaborate with either Digga or Paula Perry since the crew's break-up.
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