@rolecast @tittsworth @flexkapazi
Reloaded Club Mix from 2004 by Tittsworth
“Titts has given us permission to re-release his 2004 mix-tape, KRUNK001, which he used to school unknowing DC and Baltimore clubbers in Baltimore Club, House, Miami Bass, Ghettotech, and Classic Hip-Hop. Pre-Serato, Side A provides a trip through his crates of club, house, and other “booty music.” The mix feature classic tracks ranging from well known bootybass pioneers like 2 Live Crew and DJ Assault to the house legend Cajmere to Baltimore Club classics by scene legends like DJ Technics and the Doo Dew Kidz. Enjoy this slice of DC/Bmore scene history and keep your eyes out for Side B, Titts’s take on classic hip-hop.” – Mr West, Role Models Podcast
Direct Download (34:00)
For all of you out there who don’t know about Ghettotech and Ghetto House/Juke Music this is a short documentary on it featuring its pioneers. Before I was making Club Music I was making Ghetto Tracks. Watching this you might see where some of your Bmore tracks get their inspiration or samples from. I still have a DJ Funk Tape somewhere from when I was a kid.
@schwarz420 @unrulyrecords @derekunruly
Schwarz remixes a Bmore Club CLASSIC from Unruly Records.
Shout outs to my Jimmy Jones & the Doo Dew Fam!