U.K. DJ/remixers/producers Jon Pearn and Michael Gray started working together in the early '90s even when their breakthrough came after issuing 1996's "America (I Love America)." Soon, the British duo became one of the most in-demand remixers in the dance-music field, climbing club/dance charts around the world with "To Be in Love" by Masters at Work, "What You Need" by Powerhouse, the Top 20 hit "So in Love With You" by Duke, and the chart-topping and top-selling U.S.
CD/12" "Love Don't Cost a Thing" by Jennifer Lopez. In 1999, Full Intention launched their own label, DTension, distributed by the New York-based Strictly Rhythm, making its debut with the release of "Spanish Hustle." ~ Drago Bonacich