The Crooklyn Dodgers are a unique hip-hop phenomenon: a supergroup always consisting of three MC's, but never the same ones, who reappear sporadically to drop an unforgettable single. In its first incarnation, Special Ed, Masta Ace, and Buckshot recorded the title track for the 1994 Spike Lee flick, CROOKLYN. After Jeru the Damaja, Chubb Rock, and O.C. took on the name for Lee's film of the following year, CLOCKERS, the Crooklyn Dodgers fell silent for 12 years. The moniker was revived briefly in 2007 with the unlikely line-up of Mos Def, Jean Grae, and Memphis Bleek. The first two sets came together for a unique reunion concert in (where else?) Brooklyn in 2008.