After the success of "New Jersey" as Dealers De Funk, the trio released several club tracks on the Fiat Lux label. The album "Hold Up" followed in 2000, which contained the original versions of club favourites "Last Dance", "Lucky Star" and "The Young MC".
Shortly after, Fafa Monteco left the trio to concentrate on a solo DJ career. Bonan and Hassen then decided to team up with Le Sascha as Superfunk Inc.
Only two releases were released under that name in 2004: "Lover" and "Promised Land" (a cover of Joe Smooth sung by Ron Carroll).
In 2007, a new album, "Future Pop", was scheduled to be released and was announced many times, but as the music standards are changing, it was postponed and still unreleased to this day. However, a few tracks, such as "Electric Dance", were released on compilations and in Online music stores. The 'Inc.' seems to have been dropped from their artist's name: all subsequent releases are labeled under the name 'Superfunk'.
New pictures of Superfunk apparently discard Le Sascha as a member of the formation, though he has been working with Mike 303 on other projects.