Gs Boys biography
GS Boyz (explicitly G-Spot Boyz) is an American hip hop group from Arlington, Texas, formed in 2005. It is composed of rappers Prince Charming (Matthew Griffith) and Soufside (Telson Flowers). Three former members, Slizz (born Keithian Cherry), Marc D (Marcus Dinkins), DK (Decory Kenner), were released from the group because of financial disagreements. The group gained national popularity with their major label debut single "Stanky Legg".
The members of GS Boyz were friends at Bowie High School in Arlington. GS Boyz had many regional hits in its early stages, including "Hit the G-Spot", "Twisted", "He Don't Deserve You", and "First Time. The group signed to Yung Joc's label Swagg Team Entertainment in 2009. The group's debut single "Stanky Legg" peaked at #49 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #7 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart. Its music video topped the countdown on BET's 106 & Park in February 2009. The group also released a remix of "Stanky Legg" with Trina."Stanky Legg" is based on a dance move that two of the GS Boyz members invented
According to Shaheem Reid of MTV News, the "Stanky Legg" dance is part of Dallas's "D-Town Boogie" scene. The GS Boyz performed the dance on Snoop Dogg's talk show on MTV, Dogg After Dark. In response to critics, member Marc D asserted that the group composes more than only "dance songs".
On March 2010, Slizz, Marc D, & DK left the group, leaving only Prince Charming & Soufside. Prince and Soufside are now pursuing the group's career as a duo.