Artist Biography Available in: Kaliber 44 is a Polish hip hop band; formed in 1994 in Katowice, Poland by Piotr Łuszcz ("Magik"), Marcin Marten ("Abradab") and Michał Marten ("Joka"). Since that time Kaliber 44 consists of only two members - brothers Abra dAb and Joka. The band has released three albums. The first album called "Księga Tajemnicza. Prolog" ("The Mysterious Book. Prologue") was released in 1996 and created a new genre - so called "hardcore psychorap". The second album, "W 63 minuty dookoła świata" ("Around the world in 63 minutes") was released in 1998. After that, Magik left the band and started co-operation with Paktofonika. The third album was simply called "3:44" and was released in 2000. In the winter of 2000 Magik committed suicide. Since then Kaliber 44 didn't release any new albums, but the crew is still active. Abra dAb started a successful solo career, with two albums already released ("Czerwony album" / "Red album" in 2004 and "Emisja spalin" / "Exhausts emission" in 2005). Joka had gone to the USA for a long time and after his comeback, he appeared as a guest on some of Abra dAb's tracks ("Rap to nie zabawa już" / "Rap's not just fun anymore").