J. J. Fad (Just Jammin' Fresh and Def) was an LA-based trio of female rappers: MC J.B. (Juana Burns), Baby-D (Dania Birks) and Sassy C. (Michelle Franklin). Signed to Ruthless Records, and produced by NWA's Dr. Dre and Yella, their 1988 debut Supersonic spawned the titular chart hit (Billboard Hot 100: peaked at #31), and was the first Grammy nominated record by a female hip-hop group. Follow up singles were "Way Out" and "Is It Love". The album and title single were both certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Their sophomore LP, Not Just a Fad, was released in 1991 but didn't fare well on the charts. Singles released were "We in the House" and "Gold".
The group disbanded the following year.
Fergie recently remade the title song as Fergalicious