Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice and Erick Elliott met and became friends in Brooklyn's elementary school in New York. Common interests of the boys led in 2010 to the creation of the hip-hop group Flatbush Zombies. Their popularity began to increase significantly in 2012, after their first large club appearances and the video for "Thug Waffle". Since then, almost every year brought a new release - mixtapes "D.R.U.G.S" and "BetterOffDead", a joint project with The Underachievers as Clockwork Indigo, and finally the debut album "3001: A Laced Odyssey". Last year, Flatbush Zombies released their second, well-received album "Vacation In Hell". "In an era of dizzying genre shifts Meechy Darko, Erick the Architect Elliott, and Zombie Juice are stiff traditionalists. Removed from rap’s epicenter and comfortable at the margins, on Vacation in Hell, they rap for themselves and no one else.', Pitchfork wrote about the album.