Various - Miami Bass History Mixtape Volume 1 mp3
|1||–25 Keyz||Computer Funk 2012||3:31|
|3||–Jock D||Fall Out Vs Give The DJ A Break||2:06|
|4||–Quick, Blaze And Raw||Shake Them Dollies||2:59|
|5||–Uncle Balli||Fuck Who Don't Like It|
Featuring – JT Money
|6||–Floorkilla||Work It Out||3:08|
|7||–DJ Rated R And SoulSonic||Bionik Bass||3:01|
|8||–Hydraulix||Bass It To The Max||4:28|
|9||–DJ Tom Oliver||Cosmic Bullseye||2:00|
|10||–Jock D||Cut It Up Def 2|
Rap – Gemini
|11||–Cuzzin Crook||Camel Toe|
Featuring – CGBM, Smokie White
|12||–Chad Mac||Girls Get Wild||2:46|
|13||–Quick, Blaze And Raw||Push It Till You Break It||3:55|
|14||–SoundChasers||Back In The Day (Teknik's Miami Boom Mix)|
Remix – Teknik
|16||–Mellow J||Drop That Bass||3:17|
- Artwork – Floorkilla
- DJ Mix – DJ Overdose
The Miami Bass History movement took flight late in 2000. The initial goal was simple; look beneath the veneer of what many regarded as a low-brow gimmick, and highlight the innovators within.
Within its first year, the movement boasted participation from iconic veteran producers such as Maggotron, Dynamix II, DJ Magic Mike, Bass Mekanik, and Trip Theory.
Over the next decade, MBH became the hub of all activity for thousands, both in archiving and continuing progress. The movement is a collective of Old School icons and New School innovators, representing globally from Brazil to Europe; from the U.S. to Japan. MBH is now solidly central for any artist, fan, collector, and student of the era.
2012 is the year MBH has gone multimedia, launching multiple internet radio shows, a record label focusing on collectors’ edition vinyl and digital distribution, live events, artist management, participation in documentaries of the genre, a series of books on the subject, and public speaking engagements regarding the industry.
This debut "mixtape" spearheaded by Holland's DJ Overdose effectively bridges New School with Old School by including the likes of 2 Live Crew conspirator Uncle Balli, Boys wit da Bass member Cuzzin Crook, Michael Sterling veteran rapper Mellow J, Cut it Up Def Records creative chief Jock-D, as well as new school touchstones such as Hydraulix, SoundChasers, and Floorkilla. This effectively proves Miami Bass has had a 25 year+ consistent run of energy, fun, and music innovation.
Please join the collective at our facebook hub: facebook.com/MiamiBassHistory
PappaWheelie, Miami Bass History Central
- DJ Uncle Al Featuring B.A.S.S. - Mix It Up
- Various - Miami Bass Wars II - Battle Of The Boom
- Ready Teddy - The Quick Pick / Lonely Biz Blues
- Liberty City Fla. - I Met Her In Miami
- Miami - This Is Miami
- Gemini And His Posse Featuring D.J. Jealous J. - Skeezer Remix
- Egoiste Egoiste - Quick
- Nicolas Hannig - Blaze Love
- Albacore - Blaze In My Heart
- Jock Club Vs Diversion Program - Desert Storm