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Lets Have Some Fun(ClubHeadSLiiM Re-Mix)

May 31st, 2010

It’s been a while but he’s back at it again and this time Lady GaGa was the target.

This new track has elements that he was not use to using but it turned out to be a complete success.

Lets Have Some Fun(ClubHeadSLiiM Re-Mix) Download Here http://www.zshare.net/audio/76738724b1e06f6b/

And listen to it here http://soundcloud.com/clubheadsliim/lets-have-some-fun-remix-clubheadsliim

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Lilly Allen- It’s Not Fair (Film4D2 Remix)

May 29th, 2010

Another Lily Allen remix this time from Film4D2, first time we post this artist on Baltimore Club. This producer’s style of genre jumps around from House, Fidget, Baltimore Club, And a little of that Dutch sound. Make sure to check him out on soundcloud.

Lilly Allen- It’s Not Fair (Film4D2 Remix) by Film4D2

Lilly Allen- It’s Not Fair (Film4D2 Remix) download

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The Story of Baltimore Club Music

May 27th, 2010

Some good news for the scene! Al Shipley is a writer for Baltimore City Paper and Government Names and he is going to write a book about Baltimore Club Music! He needs 5000 dollars to make this project happen! SUPPORT THIS!

Baltimore, Maryland, May 27th, 2010 —

This week music critic and journalist Al Shipley is announcing his
first book, Tough Breaks: The Story of Baltimore Club Music, and the
launch of its companion website, ToughBreaksBaltimore.com. Over the
last two decades, Baltimore club music has evolved from a nebulous,
eccentric fusion of house music and hip hop, locally popular but
virutally unheard of outside Maryland, to one of the mid-Atlantic
city’s greatest cultural exports.

Over the past 5 years, the press coverage of Baltimore club music has
increased exponentially, and Shipley has played an integral role in
that progress, as a contributing writer for the Baltimore City Paper
and the proprieter of the Baltimore music blog Government Names. And
with the regular column The Club Beat, he’s interviewed dozens of
Baltimore club producers and DJs, and broken major stories in the
genre’s recent history, such as the tragic 2008 death of Khia “Club
Queen K-Swift” Edgerton and the major label signing of club veteran DJ
Class.

Despite a growing fanbase and media interest in Baltimore club music,
much of its 20-year evolution has gone undocumented, relegated to
underground clubs and white label vinyl 12”s far outside the public
eye, even as thousands of Baltimoreans danced to its frantic 130 BPM
groove. As the first full-length book to delve into that history,
Tough Breaks aims to be a complete and definitive document of
Baltimore club music, an oral history in the words of its participants
with timelines, photos, discographies and thorough critical
examinations of the music and culture.

Over the next few months, as Al Shipley conducts interviews and
research, the book’s progress will be documented on the official
website, ToughBreaksBaltimore.com, as well as his Twitter
(Twitter.com/AlShipley). And throughout the month of June, Shipley
will be raising $5,000 to finance the writing and publication of Tough
Breaks with the fundraising website Kickstarter.com, as well as
promoting the project via various print and online outlets, and a
series of segments on Baltimore public radio station 88.1 WYPR.

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Soulja Boy “Pretty Boy Swag” (Emynd Baltimore Club Remix)

May 24th, 2010


“Pretty Boy Swag” (Emynd Baltimore Club Remix) by Emynd

You know what it is. Soulja Boy doing his best Lil B impression. Spiced it up with some Bmore touch ups.

Soulja Boy “Pretty Boy Swag” (Emynd Baltimore Club Remix) (Mediafire 320)

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Find Your Love x Dj K. Millz

May 23rd, 2010

Drake has released another successful single that’s spreading over the web. Of course, a skillful producer had to come along and re-make the track into a bmore hit !

LISTEN TO IT ON SOUNDCLOUD
Find Your Love (TOon Remix) by Dj K. Millz

CONTACT:
facebook.com/djkmillz

djkmillz973

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Dj J Heat x Under (No Vocals)

May 23rd, 2010

This Jersey Producer has been on a high local rise because of his popular club tracks. Including. of course, this particular track. There’s a lot of chops & reverb-like effects that makes this track sound very relaxed.


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