GSB/GSBOYZ R&B, Hip-Hop influences, in Dallas Texas and raised in Arlington, Texas, GSB burst onto the music scene in 2008. They had everyone from grade school to grandparents doing the “Stanky Legg.” Their YouTube sensation turned Billboard and BET mega hit, put these three teens from Dallas on the map in a big way! DK along with Slizz, and Marc D danced their way across the Dirty South to LA to New York City to make a wave of popularity generated by the hit single. But long before “Stanky Legg” and their follow up hit single “Booty Dew” began climbing the hip hop charts, GS BOYZ 2007 had local hit songs.
GSB love for music began to take root over the years.This dedication and commitment to there passion for music led to word getting out around they're school. So they were eager to put there skills to work, and soon the band began performing at teen clubs and parties around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. GSB local hits included “Twisted”, “He Don‟t Deserve You”, “First Time”, and their first club hit, “Hit the G-Spot”, which spawned the group‟s name Them G-Spot Boyz, which was later changed to the GS Boyz and Now They go by GSB/ GSBOYZ. With the enormous popularity of dance tunes, like Soldier Boy‟s “Crank that,” the group of three set about creating their own signature move, and like that, “Stanky Legg” was born.
Street buzz on the song led to some of Dallas' top radio personalities taking an interest in the band, and they began playing the song in heavy rotation on K104 and 97.9 The Beat. The GSB did their first music video for “Stanky Legg” and posted it to YouTube in the summer of 2008 and within two months, the song had over a million plays. Music luminaries from Drake to Snoop Dog were immediately interested in learning how to “Do The Stanky Legg.”
With the help of K104 renowned DJ Ay Bay Bay, the band was introduced to hip-hop icon Yung Joc, who signed the band to his entertainment label Swagg Team. This led to a recording contract with Jive and they became the first artists signed to Jive subsidiary Battery Records. The whirlwind had officially begun! The single reached the Number 1 spot of BET's 106 & Park Countdown and held the top spot for five weeks! They were also invited to perform at the annual Rip the Runway event along with T.I., Keri Hilson, Bobby Valentino and other top hip-hop and R&B artists. They reached the pinnacle of their success as entertainers when they received a nomination for Best Group at the 2009 BET Awards.
As of 2014, the three have been working on they're solo projects. No mater what, they have always kept in-contact with one another after the break up. After seeing Yung Joc on Love and Hip Hop, they felt like they're story needed to be told. So they decided to join back together as a group, and show the world what really happened through they're passion for music. Now they are back strong as ever.
In addition to exclusively writing and talent, this young force in the industry is actively involved with the GSB upcoming project. The group currently consists of “Decory Kenner” aka DK, “Keithian Cherry” aka SLIZZ, and “Marcus Dinkins” aka Marc D. The three continue to create and perform together as they carry on as GSB/ GSBOYZ.
For GSB/GSBOYZ, music is there destiny and whatever path it leads them down is the one there heart and soul must follow.