Snap!'s first hit, "The Power" became an international global smash, thanks in part to the combination of house and hip hop elements, but a great deal in part to the unauthorized sampling of a track "Let the Words Flow" by US rapper Chill Rob G. On their first album, World Power , their vocalists were rapper Turbo B. and model/singer Jackie Harris, who was responsible for lip-synching the line, "I've got the power," on the song "The Power" to Jocelyn Brown's voice, though Penny Ford sang the rest of the female vocal on the song.
In 1990 some more hits followed: "Ooops Up" , "Cult of Snap" , "Mary Had A Little Boy" and in 1991 "Snap - Megamix". Penny Ford was the sole female vocalist on the ensuing singles, as well as being the lead vocalist on the majority of the featured album tracks on Snap!'s debut album.
Snap! returned to the charts in 1992 with The Madman's Return , which featured four more hit singles in Europe, "Colour of Love" , "Rhythm is a Dancer", "Exterminate!" and the UK Top 10 Hit "Do You See The Light?" .
Niki Haris, who had sung "Exterminate" and "Do You See The Light?", was retained, alongside newcomer Summer, for the European hit single Welcome To Tomorrow the song was released in in 1994. An album of the same name was released the same year. "The First, The Last, Eternity", although a Top 10 hit in Germany, never enjoyed the same level of recognition as "The Power". Two more singles were released "The World In My Hands"and "Rame" with Rukmani.
Snap! were officially disbanded after the release of the 1996 best-of album, Attack. Münzing and Anzilotti tried a comeback in 2000, with Turbo B.'s return and a new vocalist, but the proposed album, One Day on Earth, was never released, due to various problems during production. Fortunately for Snap!, a few producers, such as Tom Novy from Germany and Motivo Productions from Italy, started remixing some of their old hits, which led to the release of a remix/greatest hits album, The Cult of Snap!, in 2003 . The album included some remix hits in Europe: "See the light" remixed by Plaything in 2002, the C.J. Stone remix of "Rhythm is a Dancer" which reached number 7 in Germany and number 17 in the UK in 2003. The C.J. Stone remix of "Rhythm is a Dancer" is still commonly played at nightclubs in the UK and Europe, often as the last track in a set, and has become somewhat of a dance anthem. And two more remixed hits: "The Power of Bhangra" (#21 in Germany and #34 in the UK, the video was filmed in Sri Lanka) and Ooops up! 2003 (feat. NG3) remixed by DJ Tomekk.
Throughout their career, they scored nine Top 10 singles, including two Number Ones in the United Kingdom ("The Power" and "Rhythm Is A Dancer").