This artist's executive producer credit on 1994's admittedly asinine Dunkie Butt production can only be brayed at so much, considering Robert Gordon also has firm co-writing credits on this debut from rapper 12 Gauge as well as the follow-up invitation to Let Me Ride Again. One of an elite category of performers named after firearms, 12 Gauge revealed an allegiance to clubland by providing five different mixes of "Dunkie Butt," each credited to Robert "Flash" Gordon and partner Isiah Pinkney, the latter the real name behind the shotgun moniker. Born in Georgia, Pinkney started out as a DJ. Pinkney and Gordon's subsequent creativity includes precision titles such as the amusing "Fun" and the cordial "Friends," of no relation to the television series of the same name.
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