Chronic Future was a rap rock band from Arizona. Formed when the members were only teenagers back in 1995, they eventually
had moderate mainstream success in the mid 2000's, most notably with the release of their 2004 album "Lines in My Face",
which featured the popular single "Time and Time Again". "Time and Time Again" was notably used in the hit video games MVP
Baseball 2004 and Burnout 3: Takedown, and was also featured in the WWE Diva Search and One Tree Hill television shows.
Chronic Future originally disbanded in 2009, although they temporarily reunited in 2015.