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    Bro Code (often abbreviated as BC) were a Randomese boy band consisting of Brandon Layuki, Dexter Shine, Trevor Dayum, Diego Ghess, and Element Westwood. The group was formed in Random City, Central Provinstate and was active from 1995 to 2003.

    The group would rise to fame following the release of their debut album, The Code (1997). The following year, they released their second album Digital Party (1998), which continued the group’s success. They would rise to superstardom following the release of their third and critically acclaimed studio album, System Split (2000), its singles; "Revolution", "Brain Control", and "Out of Order", all peaked number one on the Random-ness Music Hot 100. Their final album, High Score (2002), reached the same success as System Split, with the two singles; "The Show!", and "Illusion", reaching top 5 on the Random-ness Music Hot 100, while another single "A Perfect Storm", peaked number one.

    On September 30, 2002, two weeks after the release of High Score, Westwood would die from a car crash. The remaining four members would last record material near early 2003 before undergoing an indefinite hiatus.

    Bro Code have sold over 50 million records worldwide, making them the best-selling Randomese boy band of all time. They are one of the only two artists to have three consecutive number ones on the Random-ness Music Hot 100, along with Carl Wheezer. The group would receive a star on the Random-ness Walk of Fame on June 7, 2014. All four members would go on to have successful solo careers.


    1995-96: Formation

    Dexter Shine and Diego Ghess were natives from Random City who met at a local church, also discovering Brandon Layuki in the process. After realising they can all harmonise with each other, the three wanted to start a group, but would need two more members. The group met Trevor Dayum and Element Westwood at the school they attended, and Bro Code was born.

    Bro Code had their first performance on May 11, 1995 at the school they went to, Random-ness School, performing at the talent show, they would end up getting third place. The group would continue to perform at various venues during the summer of that year, such as shopping malls, carnivals, and restaurants. On February 1996, the group would receive a call from the manager of Records That Zlap!, the group would later fly to the headquarters and sign a deal.

    1996-97: The Code

    Recording of the group’s debut album; The Code would start in April 1996, and ended in September 1996. The first single of the album, “Jumpers”, released December 6, 1996, was a commercial success entering in the top 30 of the Random-ness Music Hot 100.

    Their popularity would grow even more following the release of their next single, “DeCoded”, released on February 21, 1997. After the release of The Code on March 14, 1997, “DeCoded” would peak No. 4 on the Random-ness Music Hot 100, along with entering the Top 20 in multiple countries, the album on the other hand would peak No. 3 on the Random-ness Albums 200.

    Three other singles from the album, “X”, “For You”, and “Effect On Me” also had success on multiple charts. The album and singles combined would sell more than 10 million copies worldwide.

    1997-98: Digital Party

    After the success of their debut album, the group immediately started working on their second album. The group also began making national television appearances on music programs such as The Superduperawesomeamazingmegacool Show and Epicness with Erik, they also made an appearance on popular Randomese educational children’s show Funtime Freedom.

    In February 1998, the group released "Girl From The Arcade", which peaked into the top 10 of the Random-ness Music Hot 100.

    1999-2000: System Split


    2001-02: High Score and death of Westwood


    2003-present: Disbandment and occasional reunions



    • Brandon Layuki (born April 17, 1980)
    • Dexter Shine (born October 29, 1980)
    • Trevor Dayum (born September 26, 1980)
    • Diego Ghess (born January 11, 1981)
    • Element Westwood (December 4, 1980 - September 30, 2002)


    • The Code (1997)
    • Digital Party (1998)
    • System Split (2000)
    • High Score (2002)
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