Kool Rock-Ski came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he shared the history of the pioneering rap group, The Fat Boys. He spoke about being in high school when the group started as a five-member group, which was then shortened to three members, including Prince Markie Dee and Buffy the human beatbox. Kool Rock-Ski detailed the group, then known as The Disco Three, winning a huge Coca-Cola sponsored talent contest, getting a record deal, and taking off with their track "Stick 'Em." From there, Kool Rock-Ski spoke about The Fat Boys hitting great heights over their career, including movie deals, gold and platinum records, and five successful albums. While they had high times, Kool Rock-Ski also addressed the low points, including Buffy's unexpected death from the flu in 1995, and Prince Markie Dee passing away at just 52 earlier this year. To hear more, including Kool Rock-Ski's plans for future projects involving the group, hit the above clip.