This article is about the Jamaican boy band. For the IB course, see Theory of Knowledge .
Founded in the early 1990s, T.O.K. are a dancehall group hailing from Kingston, Jamaica. The group comprises four members: Alistaire "Alex" McCalla, Roshaun "Bay C" Clarke, and Craig "Craigy T" Thompson, who were choir members at Kingston's Campion College, and a younger friend, Xavier "Flexx" Davidson, who attended Calabar High School. Originally they were called "Touch of Klass", but they have devised several backronyms, including "Taking Over Kingston" and "TOo Klaat" and were inspired by the stateside success of Boyz 2 Men. They toured the local high school circuit in Kingston and worked their way up to appearances at the famed North Coast hotel and lounge circuit. They would differentiate themselves from the other groups by performing covers of Bob Marley songs or "Hot Stepper", by Ini Kamoze, which was a popular song at that time.In 1996, they were signed to Sly & Robbie's Taxi label, but