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Rime Fytahs

-Established in 1995, Rime Fytahs quickly gained an infamous reputation for aggressivley attacking local open mics, backyard parties and anything else that stood in their way.

In 1997 they released a project entitled "Us Agianst Them", which was produced in limited supply and only on cassette.

In 1998 beginning of 1999, "Not For Retail" was released on cassette and CD, which featured D.A.T.A. crew's Cresrok, basslines by FoeOne (TNT, IrieBeats) and scratches by DJ Terrorwrist/(DJ Formula).

In 1999 "From the Land Down Under" was released, which featured Cresrok and BigSinTheBully (D.A.T.A.). "Sugar Water" followed the year after in 2000, and featured Dnile (Crop Circles), Cresrok, and TazEverlast (SouthCentral'sFinest). During this time Rime Fytahs worked with Promoters; Ninos de la Tierra and Chinky Eyed Fridays (501), in their early stages of development.

In 2001 the Sea Serpents project was released entitled "Unfathomable", which featured Serpent members Haewhyer, Kuaesar, TazEverlast, Grizzly AMX, and HacksawRaw (Dnile). 2001 also was the year the first C.O.L.A. was released entitled C.O.L.A. Classixx, which featured original members: Funkee Monkees, J-Ratt, and D.A.T.A. Crew. As Serpents, they continued their no holds barred additude, performing from L.A., to Orange County and I.E. harassing half ass emcees, and exposing behind the scene snakes.

In 2002, after losing his Mother to breast cancer, Ksar released his solo CD entitled "KillahRhymeZaar: Please Give Me an Outlet", which featured, Haewhyer, Grizzly AMX, Hacksaw and J-Ratt, with production by Mass Murder Productions.

In 2003 Rime Fytahs put it down again, and start to show their experience with "To the Rescue", featuring TazEverlast, Grizzly AMX, and Hacksaw. In this year Rime Fytahs assist Art of Expression (DJ Bubski & DJ Shonuff) in their early stages of development of the program. Quaesar printed up the first run of promo stickers when they were working with and was quite possibly the first artist to be interviewed on

In the Summer of 2004 tragedy strikes and Haewhyer's physical was lost in a fatal car accident, it was a sad time, but Kuaesar pushes on with another C.O.L.A. project entitled "For the People, by the People" Featuring New Members Poetik Prophets, S.B.D. and A Dying Breed.

In 2005, "Only in L.A." and Haewhyer's solo "The Drunken Master" are released, with the last complete songs Haewhyer made for Rime Fytahs. Ksar continues the Fyte with "BuyMyShit" released in 2006, by now Rime Fytahs has acquired enough production equipment to stay self-reliant. From disc-duplication, silk-screening, beat production, and mastering.

In 2007 the CD entitled "Public Enemy Number One (Blacklisted Misfits)", which is dedicated to all the haters, backstabbers and liers, with their failed attempts of slandering the name and assassinating the Rime Fytah character, and to all those corn-nuts that put the Rime Fytahs name on their flyers to bring people to their spots.

"Plastic Explosive" is released in 2008, a double CD which marks a 10 year mile-stone of solid, self-reliant production.

In 2009 Quaesar lyrically symbolizes an "All Surface Writing" tool with: Rime Fytahs "Opaque Solid", Featuring Beat Production by DJ Relictore (TCM) and Ednevitable Happenings (Weapons of the Masses), 11 years of rhyme production, and 10 years of solid CDs.

2010, Rime Fytahs start off the new decade with "The Reign of Independence". Featuring Rifleman (Hiphop Kclan) and NuveThad (CVE). Beat Production by DJ Relictore (TCM), and Ednevitable Happenings (Weapons of the Masses). DJ Seedless (HardWerk Records) and a fresh Rime Fytahs intro by DJ Otech (C.O.L.A./

2011, Quaesar enhances underground support by assisting Mister CR (Rumble Pakk/Goodlife Bullyz) with His CD entitled "Dead on the Dancefloor", by providing cover layout and CD duplication as well as Phenik (C.O.L.A.) with his, entitled "Bi-Coastal". Quaesar also provides silk-screen burning for Rifleman, 2Mex, Chamber Music, and HuskeyRadio.

Quaesar has printed CDs for J.O., DJ Relictore, Rifleman, Phenik, DJ Seedless, the first Mixed CD, and numerous up and coming artists throughout the L.A. County/I.E. areas, and also has made appearances on songs by Poetik Prophets, Fresh Raheem, C.H.U.D.Z., Rifleman, Mister CR, DJ Seedless, Cinikill, Percee P, Proph Nasty, Diverse, Illiterate, Signatore, & Chamber Records.

"We ain't going no where, we're here to stay…." -Haewhyer.

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