Starting their collaboration in 1992, rappers Derrick Hill and Tracy Lattimer found themselves working with Luther Campbell as hype men and dancers. The two realized their talents and after spending time together in a dance troupe called No Good No Good they cut off half of the name and transformed it into a rap group. Still maintaining their wild dancing skills, they began tearing up Miami nightclubs until they scored a record deal. Their first release, Game Day, PBB, was released in 2002 on Artist Direct Records. ~ Bradley Torreano, Rovi