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The production team of C.C. Lemonhead (Nathaniel Orange) and Jay Ski (Johnny McGowan) met as high-school pals in Jacksonville, FL. Interested in the bottom-heavy sound of Miami bass, the pair began producing and worked with Icy J and Three Grand before creating the most popular bass anthem of all time, “Whoot (There It Is).”
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Recorded as 95 South, the single went platinum three times over in 1993 and led to work with Dis-n-Dat (“Freak Me Baby”) and for 69 Boyz, the double-platinum single “Tootsee Roll.” As producers of “Tootsee Roll” and the subsequent album by 69 Boyz (199Quad), C.C. and Jay Ski picked up an award for Billboard’s Best Rap Single of 1994 and placed in the top ten producers of that year. In 1995, the duo united as Quad City DJ’s and produced another platinum hit — “C’Mon N’ Ride It (The Train).” The following album, Get on Up and Dance, hit the Top 40 and was certified gold.
In 1996 the two formed Quad City DJ’s and produced the single “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)”. The song was very successful, peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified platinum. They then produced the following album Get On Up and Dance, featuring the hit single, which peaked at #31 on the Billboard Hot 200 and also was certified platinum. The album also included the minor hit “Summer Jam” which peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart.
Later in 1996 the group contributed to the Space Jam soundtrack, including the theme song. The theme song got frequent showing on MTV and charted fairly well, peaking at #37 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The term “Quad” in the group’s name is a local reference to bass. ~John Bush(allmusic.com),Wikipedia
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