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  1. 2 Live Crew (also known as "The 2 Live Crew") is a controversial miami bass group, largely known due to the sexual themes of one hip-hop album:…

  2. Maggotron is one of the pioneers of "Miami Bass Music", a fast and kind of funky style of electro/hip-hop.

  3. Along with Maggotron and MC A.D.E., Dynamix II are pioneers of the South Floridian Electro Bass sound. The original two members were Dave "Scratch…

  4. 69 Boyz are a Miami bass and hip-hop group originating from Jacksonville, Florida, USA, though they work mainly in Orlando, Florida. The group was…

  5. The Gucci Crew II was a Miami Bass group popular between 1986 and 1994. The group was made up of MC V (aka Gucci Man) and TFS (aka 240 Shorty),…

  6. Tag Team was a Miami bass duo of DC the Brain Supreme (Cecil Glenn) and Steve Roll'n (Steve Gibson) from Florida, USA, best known for their 1993…

  7. Michael Hampton, aka DJ Magic Mike, is a Miami Bass/Hip-Hop producer and scratch DJ often credited with being one of the first major turntablists.…

  8. Splack Pack born and raised in West Palm Beach, FL. Their frist album was released in 93 on Pandisc Records tittled "UHH OHH!" which is to this…

  9. L'Trimm was a Miami Bass hip-hop duo composed of Lady Tigra and Bunny D, two teenage girls from Kendall, Florida (an area of Dade County, slightly…

  10. Anquette is a Miami Bass girl group from Miami, Florida, USA. They debuted with their version of the 2 Live Crew's "Throw the D", namely "Throw the…

  11. FannyPack were an electro/miami booty bass-rap group that consisted of singers/rappers Jessibel Suthiwong, Cat Hartwell and Belinda Lovell along…

  12. MC Shy D (born Peter Jones in the Bronx, NY) from Atlanta, Georgia, is one of the most popular early Miami Bass rappers. He is Afrika Bambaataa's…

  13. Quad City DJ's is the duo of musical artists and producers C.C. Lemonhead (Nathaniel Orange) and Jay Ski (Johnny McGowan), who produced the Miami…

  14. According to the Da Dip Songfacts, Freak Nasty was born Carlito Timmons in Puerto Rico. He was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. Da Dip was the…

  15. Spank Rock and Benny Blanco do their best 2 Live Crew impression here throwing down raunchy sex rhymes over five booty-shakin' neo-Miami Bass…

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  17. "DJ Uncle Al" (August 14, 1969 – September 10, 2001), born Albert Moss in Miami, Florida, was an American DJ.

    Moss was known for his trend setting…

  18. Bass Patrol was a Miami Bass group signed to Jose Armada Jr.'s Joey Boy records, although technically, two separate groups.

    The first Bass Patrol…

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  20. DJ Laz (born Lazaro Mendez) is a Cuban-American rapper and DJ from Miami. While others have switched to other, newer trends, he remains one of…

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