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Their first song, "Gucci Bass", was inspired by LL Cool J's "Rock the Bells", and much like Gigolo Tony's 1986 hit, it utilized The Smurfs' theme song as the hook.
The track was produced by Amos Larkins II in late 1986, making it a regional hit in early 1987.
Both "Shirley" and its raunchier successor/update "Sally (That Girl)" are on this disc, as are "Truz 'n' Vogues," "The Cabbage Patch," and "Five Dollar High" (a surprising Top 20 rap hit).
And now ladies and gentlemen let's bring out today's contestant, Yummy! Bachelor number one: You know it baby cuz the kid don't play Yummy: Bachelor number two, how do you know Where in the world girls like to go?As Larkins went into semi-retirement for a few years, Disco Rick assumed the role of producer.They released the album So Def, So Fresh, So Stupid in 1987, which became a hugely successful album locally on the heels of 2 Live Crew's debut album.The two singles, "Erase Ya Face" and "Spikin' The Funky Punch", did not 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, Gucci Crew II continued to conduct underground birthday parties for young children under the moniker "Goofy Crew II".