Various - Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) mp3 album
Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection. LP is worth its weight in Gold. So much Talent: Jock . Jealous J. MC Gemini, Dynamix II, .
Album · 2013 · 15 Songs. 11. Cuties (We Got Em). Latin & Lethal.
Line-up /. Alonzo (Digital Bass Set, Miami) DJ WINTER (NY) DJ ANAMATeD (Miami) DJ VenemousOne (The Watchmen, Miami) EDRoX (Miami Beach) JeDI (Spent summers in Miami). Join us for a Night of Social Wellness Sweat Dance & Everything BASS! BASS MASTeRS & BASS SIReN's. Williamsburg, Brooklyn The Plank (Bedford and North 5th). Miami BASS Electro Breaks Trap Freestyle. Submit a photo gallery. Was there a problem with the event?
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Dreamhouse Studios and Cut It Up Def Entertainment are excited to announce the debut of their latest creation, "The Bass That Ate Miami, The Foundation". This independent documentary is based on the evolution of music in South Florida and the untold story of the hip hop genre known as Miami Bass. South Florida artists, producers and music executives helped evolve this sound into its own unique hip hop dance genre. Miami Bass dominated the airwaves and car speakers from the mid 1980's to the mid 1990's.
Miami bass (booty music or booty bass) is a subgenre of hip hop music that became popular in the 1980s and 1990s. The use of the Roland TR-808 sustained kick drum, raised dance tempos, and frequently sexually explicit lyrical content differentiate it from other hip hop subgenres.
Definition: Miami Bass (bass, booty bass, car audio bass) is a form of Hip Hop dance with its core roots in Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force's 1982 seminal track "Planet Rock". The style is characterized by raps or instrumentals, a heavy syncopated bass, and features party, message, or explicit lyrical content. Important pioneers include Amos Larkin (the father of Miami Bass), 2 Live Crew, and Maggotron, to name a few. The genre also kick started the southern rap phenomenon. Miami Bass peaked in the late '80s and early '90s with acts such as .
|–Jock D.* & Jealous J.*||Party Time||4:46|
|–MC Gemini*||Miami Skeezer||4:21|
|–Dynamix 1+1||Feel The Bass||3:38|
|–Jock D.* & D.J. Swift*||D.J. Wars, Part 2||4:06|
|–2 BMF||We Can Get Together||5:03|
|–T. Boyz D.L.||Technotrip||5:09|
|–Jock D.* & Jealous J.*||DJ Wars, Part 1||4:56|
|–Jock D.*||Party Time '91||4:51|
|–MC Gemini* With Jealous J.*||Cut-It-Up-Def||4:04|
|–Latin & Lethal||Cuties (Remix)||5:50|
|–Cha'os*||Too Much Bass||5:10|
|–Lazaro Mendez & Jock D.*||Def Mega Mix||6:46|
|–Kooley "C"||Let's Get This Party Started||5:25|
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|MJC 0101||Various||Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) (Cass, Comp)||Cut It Up Def, Pandisc||MJC 0101||US||1991|
|MJ-0101||Various||Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) (LP, Comp)||Cut It Up Def, Pandisc||MJ-0101||US||1991|
|CIUDV2.0-1001LP||Various||Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) (20th Anniversary Special Edition) (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Cut It Up Def Records v2.0||CIUDV2.0-1001LP||US||2007|
|CIUDV20-1-001||Various||Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) (20th Anniversary Special Edition) (CD, Comp, RE, RM, Car)||Cut It Up Def Records v2.0||CIUDV20-1-001||US||2007|
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