Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

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Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch

Marky Mark in 2012
Background information
Origin Boston, Massachusetts,
United States
Genres Hip hop, Eurodance
Years active 1989–1993
Labels Interscope, Atlantic
Associated acts Loleatta Holloway, Da Bulldogs
Past members
Marky Mark
Ashey Ace
Scottie Gee
Hector the Booty Inspector
DJ-T

Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch were an American hip hop group from Boston, Massachusetts.

The group was led by Marky Mark and also featured Ashey Ace, Scottie Gee, Hector the Booty Inspector and DJ-T. The group released their debut album Music for the People on July 23, 1991. The album featured their best known song "Good Vibrations".

The group had a video game titled Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch: Make My Video released by Digital Pictures but it was not successful and is considered to be one of the worst video games ever made.[1]

The band released their second studio album You Gotta Believe on September 15, 1992. The band split up in 1993 with Marky Mark joining reggae musician Prince Ital Joe. Marky Mark released until he retired from music in 1998 and became a successful actor.

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