"X-Ray Vision" is a song written by Pete Sinfield and Terry Taylor and first recorded by Moon Martin from his album Mystery Ticket. It was later covered by the freestyle music group TKA, released as a single from the album Scars of Love in 1988. Their cover of the song reached No. 26 on the Billboard dance/club play chart. A music video was also produced for the song.
TKA is a Latin freestyle trio that was prominent in the 1980s and early 1990s, mainly in New York City, Chicago, Miami, and California, originally consisting of Tony Ortiz, Louis "Kayel" Sharpe, and "Aby" Cruz, the original lead singer. Due to tension within the group between Kayel and Aby, the latter was later replaced by Angel "Love" Vasquez, which allowed Kayel to assume the lead vocals. The acronym TKA represents their collective initials. Early on, the group's members would state in interviews that the acronym stood for "Total Knowledge in Action," as well. All of TKA's members are of Puerto Rican descent. Many Freestyle fans consider them the kings of that genre.