The Home of Justice System, Folex and Als' Grooves
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Revitalizing Audiences With Original Music And Rhymes


Justice System


Formed in 1990, Justice System began playing at high school talent shows and small clubs in the Westchester,
NY area. Justice System recorded their first demos at Power Play Studios in Queens where hip hop legends BDP, Eric B & Rakim and EPMD also recorded. The sound was fresh and immediately created a buzz for the band who began to establish a name for themselves. The framework that crew had created set them apart from any one else in the Hip Hop genre. Justice was a band. Not just vessels for others words, but writers and composers who
played their own music.
Since the first Hip Hop song was recorded and released in 1979, a new platform for expression was brought to the forefront. Since then, Hip Hop legends such as Rakim, Kool G Rap, and countless others have paved the way for today’s modern legends such as J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar to name a few. However, there is one name that still embodies the “golden era” of Hip Hop, and that name is none other than “Folex”
Justice System

The IRM Story

The early 1990's, the Hip-Hop group Justice System talked about the Ill River Muzic. This mystical place was both a metaphor and an actual place. The meaning of the metaphor was that the Ill River Muzic would be the refuge for the band, an escape from the day to day. The real place existed on the shores of the Hudson River where the band would go to discuss music, business and to relax at the surroundings of the water. In 1997, three members from the band - Mo'Betta' Al, Coz Boogie and Folex - decided to pursue other musical avenues and expand their reach by creating the next sound. And that's just what happened....