Multicyde consisted of the rappers Pierre Parish (Patrick Hauge) and Larry Lavish (Lars Larssen Naumann) with guest singer Anèa (Silje Haugum Nymoen).
They debuted with the single "The Claptrap" in 1998. The single peaked 2nd place in the Norwegian single chat "VG-Lista Topp 20 and their 2nd single "Not for the dough" had the 1st place for 4 weeks during the summer in 1999. The album "Multicydal came the same summer and sold 33 000 albums and are
one of the most sold Norwegian Hip-Hop album.
They gained success with their smart samples with "The Claptrap" which is the sample from a classic TV show called "Fleksnes" from episode "Bare vi to" from Egil Monn-Iversen. "Not for the dough" is sampled from Bent Fabricius-Bjerres "Redors Vise" from the classic Norwegian movie "Flaaklypa Grand Prix" (Pinchcliffe Grand Prix).
After the success with "Multicydal" the duo continued to sample sounds from Norwegian famous acts like a-ha (Take on Me) and The September When (Bullet Me). In 2001 they got their 2nd gold record by sample Henning Sommero's song "Vårsøg" with "A Better Day", later that year they released their 2nd album called "Multiplicity".
After that they parted from the group. Palish became a club promoter and Lavish moved to New York to work on his own music and Anèa is more know today as SilYa after winning "Stjernekamp" on NRK1. While in Multicyde, she performed in musical theater shows like Cabaret, Chicago, and West Side Story