Album: So Def, So Fresh, So Stupid
Producer: Disco Rick
Label: Gucci Records

One of the most prolific—and fun—acts of Bass music's early years, rappers Victor "MC V" May and Cleveland "Too Forty Shorty" Bell released five albums as Gucci Crew II, dropping classic singles like "Truz and Vogues" with Disco Rick on board as DJ and producer in the late '80s.

On 1987's "Sally (That Girl)," the duo sing lines like "I tapped her on the shoulder and said, mm-mm, excuse me, ma'am/She pulled down her pants and said splack these hams" in unison, their rigid delivery closer in tone to preppy '50s vocal groups like the Four Freshmen than 2 Live Crew.