Following the departure of electro funk/old school hip hop group Mantronix's original rapper MC Tee, Wilson, (then known as Bryce "Luvah", or MC Luvah), and D. D, the cousin of the remaining Mantronix member, Kurtis Mantronik, joined Mantronix for 1990's This Should Move Ya.
The album spawned two top-10 hits on the British singles chart, "Got to Have Your Love" at #4, and "Take Your Time" at #10.
In the United States, the album reached #61 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
Wilson was the primary rapper on all of the rap-based tracks that appeared on the album, and was responsible for the lyrical content. Following the demise of Mantronix, Wilson paired with Amel Larrieux to form the duo Groove Theory.
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