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.
They debuted with a self-titled album in 1983 and followed it with 1985's G4, 1989's What Time Is It (It's Gucci Time), and 1991's So Def, So Fresh, So Stupid and Everybody Wants Some LPs.
(From the second album on, the group was officially referred to as Gucci Crew II.) Throughout the years, the group stayed true to Miami's legacy of booming 808 drums and party themes, but they were never quite as raunchy (or dynamic) as 2 Live Crew.
Bachelor number three enjoys relaxing in his Miami Beach mansion and cruising in his Cadillac Brougham with Truz 'N' Vogues. Bachelor number one: I take them to a playground and quick as I can We'll take a dip in the pool and build a castle from sand We'll drink champagne and sing love songs Take a ride in the Benz or the Cadillac Brougham Then a trip on a ship Yummy: All in one day?
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?
In December 2007, MC V (Victor May) was shot 6 times in the back and killed in Americus, Georgia. Disco Rick was the only former Gucci Crew II member that attended his funeral.
Bachelor number two enjoys going to parties and meeting fine young ladies.
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 in 1990/1991 and gained the act a whole new fanbase for a brief period.