Double 99, also known as R.I.P. Productions and 10° Below, are a UK garage duo which consisted of members Tim Liken (Tim Deluxe) and Omar Adimora. They are best known for their sole UK chart hit single "RipGroove", which reached No. 14 in its second release on the UK Singles Chart in 1997. Mainstream radio stations refused to playlist the record on its first release due to it being “too different”, too urban and too underground, despite its unparalleled popularity throughout the summer. Thanks to A&R man Nick Raphael’s belief in the record, it was eventually playlisted on Radio 1 (the first ever UKG record to be added), with newly added vocals from Top Cat it went on to enter the charts at No. 14, opening the floodgates for a UKG takeover of British radio. Active since 1995, the duo recorded and remixed as R.I.P. Productions and 10° Below, releasing tracks and EPs on the Ice Cream label which they founded alongside Boogie Beat co-owner Andy Lysandrou (later of True Steppers). Under the name R.I.P., their 1997 EP Double 99 first featured the track "RipGroove" with Double 99 later adopted as their alias for the single.