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Davis had not only been a member of the hugely successful Disco-Funk group Instant Funk, but had produced national hits for Gucci Crew's label mates L'trimm the previous year, which led L'trimm to a licensing deal with Atlantic Records.In a maximum effort promotional campaign, Hot Productions bought time for an interview on B. T.'s "Rap City" video show for both L'trimm and Gucci Crew.As a result, Rick left the unit to form "The Dogs", and Gucci Crew suddenly found themselves without a DJ and producer.As a duo, Gucci Crew began work on their third album, "Everybody Wants Some" in 1989, utilizing Hot Productions' in house producer, Larry Davis.Despite all the effort, "Everybody Wants Some" failed to impress Gucci Crew's core audience, and it also failed to attract new fans.Tensions between the group and the label came to a boil.The group was made up of MC V (aka Gucci Man) and TFS (aka 240 Shorty), along with Disco Rick, who was their DJ early on.Their first song, "Gucci Bass", was inspired by LL Cool J's "Rock the Bells", and much like Gigolo Tony's 1986 hit, utilized the Smurf's theme song as the hook.
The two singles released did meet the new standards for the Miami Bass scene, although the act now only featured 240 Shorty and the singles failed to gain any substantial attention.
The following year, Gucci Crew hired a new DJ and producer named Hollywood, and released their fourth and final album, "G4".
The initial single, "Pushin'", received airplay on Yo! It was the group's next single, "Booty Shake", that became a club anthem in the south eastern United States 1990/1991 and gained the act a whole new fanbase for a brief period.
It's just another Gucci Crew record, with mediocre tracks surrounding the highlights.
Several bonus tracks (e.g., "Sally [That Girl]," "Shirley," "The Cabbage Patch") were added to the CD edition of the album, which acts as a miniature greatest-hits package.