100 Greatest Miami Bass Songs

By deadevil13 deadevil13
updated over 8 years ago

"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 J.J. Fad, 2 Live Crew, DJ Magic Mike, and Sir Mix-A-Lot. Its last great period was in the late '90s before it virtually went underground ever since."

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http://digitaldreamdoor.nutsie.com/pages/best_dance-miami.html

  1. 2 Live Croew* - Trow The D. And Ghetto Bass

    #1 place shared with:
    Throw the P. - Anquette
    http://www.discogs.com/Anquette-Throw-The-P/release/82277

    The Track, "Throw The D." on this release to be specific

  2. Tag Team - Whomp! (There It Is)

    #10 place shared with:
    Whoot! There It Is - 95 South
    http://www.discogs.com/95-South-Whoot-There-It-Is-Ultimix/master/170533

  3. Techmaster P.E.B. - Bass Computer

    4 For Sale from $9.99

    Track 7, "Bass Computer" on this release to be specific

  4. 2 Live Croew* - Trow The D. And Ghetto Bass

    2 For Sale from $500.00

    The Track, "Ghetto Bass" on this release to be specific.

    (Had to use this release, as not allowed to have duplicate copies of the same release.)

  5. The 2 Live Crew - The Revelation / What I Like

    7 For Sale from $2.46

    The Track, "The Revelation" on this release to be specific