Originally from Philadelphia. In 1992, King Britt was the DJ for the Grammy winner Hip Hop-Jazz fusion band Digable Planets (alongside Ishmael "Butterfly" Butler, Doodlebug and Ladybug Mecca). His career pointed to different directions as he started to travel the World with the Digable Planets tours and with his own ones on the international House scene as a DJ. At the very beginning of his journey as solo DJ, he settled a partnership with the well-known New York DJ, producer and owner of the label Ovum Recordings: Josh Wink, who also contributed for the development of his career. One of their first projects together was E-Culture, the one behind the classic "Tribal Confusion" released by Strictly Rhythm in 1990.