Title: Cut It Up Def (Miami Bass Jams) Volume 2
Style: Bass Music, Miami Bass, Electro
Format: MP3 FLAC MP3 VOX MP2 APE DTS VQF AAC
FLAC size: 1416 mb | MP3 size: 1101 mb | WMA size: 1616 mb
Track Duration(s) Verified Via Avid Pro Tools (DAW). Track 2 is originally titled "Skeezer (Miami Style)" on the 12" release.
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.
Cut It Up Def. Format.
Club Life, Vol. 2 - Miami is the seventh mix compilation by Dutch disc jockey and music producer Tiësto, released on April 21, 2012.
Various - Defected Miami 2019.
Serving up an irresistible Electro cut leaded by pounding TR-808 beats, genius melodies, warm synth arpeggios, and heading chorus singing „Teleprompter while a unique vocoder will instantly put you in a circle! This is authentic Electro Funk from the future. Closing the 12-inch, soulful UR My Destiny signs another milestone of a funky track. The new various artist compilation album "ELECTROFUNK RESISTANCE" transports twelve perfectly sexy shaped electrofunk & adult robotpop jams. Carefully selected from three continents, the songs draw a colorful mosaic of different Electrobreak-styles all sharing an extra dose of funk. For the perfect unity of sound and vision, the accompanying cover-artwork is provided by none other than Japan's legendary sexy robot illustrator Hajime Sorayama.
Oldschool Electro & Miami Bass, Stuttgart, Germany. Oldschool Electro,Miami Bass & Hip Hop from the 80's to tha 90's. Cut It Up Def Records.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||–DJ Jock-D* Feat. M.C. Gemini*||Cut It Up Def Pt. 2|
|2||–Kooley-C*||So Real (This Bass Thing)|
|3||–Cha-os Vs. Bassing Guild||Party People (You Must Follow Us)|
|4||–Kidd Money||(I Don't Wanna Leave) This Club|
|5||–Aaron G||Magic City|
|6||–Death Jam Feat. D.J. Jock-D*||Look Out|
|7||–Sound Chasers Feat. DJ Jock-D*||War Games|
|8||–Breezy Beat M.C.*||Watch Out|
|9||–Alaska M.C.*||What You Want|
|11||–Cha-os||Records, Turntables (Scratch)|
|12||–Jock-D* Feat. Breezy Beat M.C.*||Start The Party|
|13||–Death Jam Feat. DJ Jock-D*||808 Or Die|
|14||–Bassing Guild Feat. T Boyz DL* & DJ Jock-D*||305-808|
|15||–Lil Roy Feat. Alex J.*||Make My City Bounce|
|16||–T Boyz DL* Feat. DJ Jock-D*||Electro Countdown|
|17||–Mal Looty Feat. Deezy||Working With|
|18||–T Boyz DL*, Jock D||Clean Up The Mess|
|19||–Trip Theory & Debonaire||Bring It Low|
|20||–Sound Chasers||Speaker Freaker
Featuring – 2 BMF
- Published By – Pokoloko Music Group
- Published By – PMG Publishing
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cut It Up Def Entertainment, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Cut It Up Def Entertainment, Inc.
- Duplicated By – Miami Tape Inc.
- Co-producer – Bassing Guild
- Executive-Producer – A. Weir*, Rick Sosa, Scott Libengodd*
- Mastered By – Jock D
- Producer – Alex J. Weir aka T. Boyz D.L.*, Chris "Jock D" Walton*
NotesCut It Up Def - Miami Bass Jams Vol. 2
The tracks are in MP3 format on this CD with 160 kbps quality.
All track are in 44,1 kHz except track 17, it`s in 48 kHz.
Track 20 is not listed on the back cover.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 21689 14652 6
- Barcode (Scan): 821689146526
- Matrix / Runout: Miami Tape-16188-MT
- Pressing Plant ID: 16188-MT
- Rights Society: BMI