Danish hip hop trio that ranks with the most praised and important rap-groups in Denmark though they have only released three albums in three decades. Formed 1994 by Blæs Bukki (Lasse Bavngaard), formerly in Madness 4 Real, Tue Track (Anders Brixen Kristiansen) and Geolo G. (Janus Borup Staffe). They released their first album in 1998 and a second in 2002, both critically acclaimed and granting the band underground succes as the more artistic advanced among their contemporaries. As a gimmick a single drawn from their 2002 album was released as by the alias La Orquesta Ritmica Freida En Grasa De Pablo. The band didn't split up but ceased to perform and record from 2004.
The members all have had various side projects. Anders Brixen Kristiansen was in Nobody Beats The Beats and released a solo album as Track 72 in 2005. In 2007 he was in the band Booty Cologne. Bukki Blæs was in Bikstok Røgsystem and in 2007 he formed the band Balstyrko. After their 2004 pause the three members of Malk De Koijn have performed in various theatrical productions in various combinations.
A longtime reunion rumour proved right when the band appeared at the 2009 Roskilde Festival, playing several new songs and teasing for a new album that would eventually be released in 2011 going straight to #1 in the danish album chart. Bukki Blæs's Balstyrko released their debut album in 2009 and also performed at the 2009 Roskilde Festival.