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Rae & Christian are Grand Central Records' founder Mark Rae and fellow producer and DJ Steve Christian. Their music is broadly classed as Hip-Hop / soulful dance music and features such vocalists as The Jungle Brothers, Jeru The Damaja and The Pharcyde as well as contributions from Bobby Womack and The Congos. In addition to releasing their own albums, they have also produced and remixed the music of several established artists.



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