Dr. Rock began his career as one of the original DJs in Lonzo's Wreckin' Cru during the early 80's. When the crew made the transition from being a mobile DJ group to recording and performing music, Rock left and relocated in Dallas, Texas. Once in Dallas, Dr. Rock scooped the local hip-hop scene and gathered Fresh K and Doc T to form the Fila Fresh Crew. Dr. Rock, who DJed alongside Dr. Dre in the days of the Wreckin' Cru, called up the west coast producer to check out his new group. Dre was impressed with the trio and invited them to Los Angeles to work on the "Dunk The Funk" single. The Fila Fresh Crew released several singles and a full-length album in the late 1980's before splitting up. Former member Doc T remained with Dre and the new N.W.A. group and launched a career of his own under the name The D.O.C. Before fading into obsurity, Dr. Rock gathered some local Dalls producers and launched a solo album of his own in 1991 under the name Fela Fresh Crew.