SFDK originally stood for "Straight From Da Kranny". The group was formed by Raulione and El Negro, who made up the CND Posse. They both went to the FP Llanes institute. Raulione and El Negro meet Zatu, who asks them to be part of the group, and from there CND Posse dissolves, creating SFDK. El Negro leaves the group before they recorded their first demo; Outta Kranny. The demo started running around Seville and a year later DJ Blake listens to the demo and takes an interest in the group, gets in touch with them and enters as SFDK DJ.
With the arrival of Acción Sánchez, SFDK opens up more to the public, and they meet DPC & K, currently Hippaly, who produces the instrumentals for their second demo; After a Thousand Laps. Having a very good reception among the Sevillian public. Raulione leaves the group after this model to join the army.
In 1996, Acción Sánchez and Zatu released a new reference, Esto Va En Serio, with the productions again by DPC & K and the third member of SFDK; the music producer El Moro. This time with the meaning of the acronyms changed; Always Strong Of Mind. This third model sold 800 copies throughout Spain.
In 1997, Zona Bruta decided to bet on SFDK with the edition of the maxi Llámalo Como Lo Quieras, their first professional reference that two years later materialized with the presentation of their first LP; Always Strong.
Despite the low sales that Siempre Fuertes obtained, Zona Bruta granted them more margin allowing them to edit their second LP; From Los Chiqueros, which also did not get a great response from the public in terms of number of sales. Barely 5,000 copies were sold, but it consolidated them as one of the leading groups of Hip-Hop in Spanish.
Always accompanied by the strength of their live performance, in 2003 they released the LP 2001 Odisea En El Lodo, their last reference with Zona Bruta, with which they obtained great support from the public both in sales (more than 15,000 copies) .
In 2004, due to the discrepancies that existed with Zona Bruta, SFDK decided to launch its own record company and label; SFDK Records, with Acción Sánchez as the main reference. With her they would edit the maxi After….
A year later, in 2005, they released their first LP; 2005, under their own label and record company, which allowed them to give the album a more personal touch. With 2005 they reached number 3 on the AFYVE list, demonstrating that under their own direction they reached a much wider audience, which ended up being forged with the obtaining of the gold record in January 2006.
After 2005 came Los Veteranos and already in 2009, with the anniversary of Siempre Fuertes, they released Siempre Fuertes 2, including in it several nods to their first LP and to the longed-for Engineer.
In 2011 they released their last release, although it could be considered a joint album by Acción Sanchez and Zatu, not as SFDK since it is made up of 2 CDs; one entirely of productions by Acción Sanchez and the one by Zatu with collaborations from many MCs from the Spanish scene.
At the end of 2014, they published Sin Miedo a Vivir, an album that shows maturity, the maturity that the group has acquired in its years of musical experience and that further enriches the range of possibilities that SFDK handles when creating music. .Discography
1993: Ou ...