The New Style were the group formed by Treach, Vin Rock & DJ Kay Gee in 1988 before they changed their name to Naughty By Nature in 1990, and their 1989 album Independent Leaders is utterly forgettable other than Scuffin' Those Knees and its front cover where Treach busts a prison-pose, Kay Gee resembles a Big Daddy Kane back-up dancer who'd have probably gone by the name of Shagg Lover (geddit?), and Vinnie sports the sort of cardigan that Fred West probably wore when trawling the streets of Gloucester looking for girls to abduct in the '70s:
The New Style - Scuffin' Those Knees
(From Independent Leaders album; 1989)
Not sure if Kay Gee was responsible for the beat since the entire album is vaguely listed as being "produced by The New Style", but whoever put Scuffin' Those Knees together deserves credit for saving Mantronix's King Of The Beats from an eternity of being known solely as an instrumental B side cut beloved of AZN turntablists and German breakdancers.