Bass Bumpers was founded in 1990 when Henning Reith and Caba Kroll released their first production on the Dance Street label. With the titles "Can't Stop Dancing" and "Get The Big Bass", the Bass Bumpers entered the club scene with a comfortable advance. Their mixture of House and Eurodance was fresh and innovative. Felicia Uwaje and rapper Ian Freeman added their vocal talents to the Bass Bumpers sound and the subsequent singles "The Music's Got Me" and "Move To The Rhythm" (1992) pushed them on the top of the club charts everywhere on the globe. A full album was later released ("Advance" in 1993). The single "Runnin" was the last in the successful serie of the Bass Bumpers productions to be released in 1993. Uwaje and Freeman left soon after, and many thought the project to be dead and buried.
However, in recent years, the Bass Bumpers have resurfaced and been joined by various other German producers, who together form the Bass Bumpers production team. In 1994 Andreas Litterscheid (AKA CJ Stone) and Chorn Pin Chang (AKA Akira Yamamoto) joined the group. In 2002 the team was joined by Reinhard Raith (AKA DJ VooDoo) and Frank Knebel (AKA Level K), followed by Massimo Nocito and Sven Koslik in 2003.
They now work on their own projects, as well as for other artists, such as Angel City and Despina Vandi. One of their latest commercial hits was the controversial Crazy Frog project.
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