Alongside longtime creation partner Johnny “Jayski” McGowan, Nathaniel “C.C. Lemonhead” Orange created many of the ’90s most widely used booty/bass songs. Specifically, 95 South’s “Whoot, There IT REALLY IS,” the 69 Boyz’s “Tootsie Move,” Dis-N-Dat’s “Freak Me Baby,” as well as the Quad Town DJs’ “C’Mon N’ Trip It (The Teach)” had been Lemonhead productions that became membership and party staples in addition to springtime break anthems. A indigenous of Jacksonville, FL, Lemonhead also produced a stab at single success using the record Bass to some other Level, which highlighted the singles “TO SOME OTHER Level” and “REMOVE IT.” However, Lemonhead’s solo profession was nowhere near as effective as his many tasks — neither the record nor the singles interested the general public. Toward the finish from the ’90s, Lemonhead reserve booty/bass creation and started dabbling with soundtracks.