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TOP 50 BOOTY SONGS...

Djslim7777 6:19 AM - 22 March, 2006
Ok, so I got a gig this weekend, that is like a booty shaking, jock jam theme to it, and I need a list of the top booty shaking jock jam types songs you all can think of. I already have alot of this music, but I want them all on two of three CD's, the best songs. Some groups include 2 Live Crew, Quad City DJ's, blah blah...so let me know what yall think. I know when people are drunk these songs always hit...so why not have the best of in a list of 50 or so. Thanks guys....

-Slim
Djslim7777 6:20 AM - 22 March, 2006
ps....you all dont have to list 50 songs, just as many as you can think in a general list...sorry I did not specify that.
Konix 6:23 AM - 22 March, 2006
Well, what kind of booty? There's Miami Bass booty, Detroit Ghettotech booty, Chicago Ghettohouse and Juke booty.
sG 9:06 AM - 22 March, 2006
2 Live Crew - Hoochie Mama
2 Live Crew - Shake a Little
2 Live Crew - Me So Horny
2 Live Crew - Face Down Ass Up
Uncle Luke - Raise the Roof
Uncle Luke - It's Your Birthday
Uncle Luke - Scarred
So So Def All Stars - Whatz Up Whatz Up
Ghosttown DJs - My Boo
Quad City DJs - C'mon Ride the Train
Freaknasty - Da Dip
Usher - Nice N Slow Remix f/ Twista
INOJ - Let Me Love You Down
69 Boyz - Tootsie Roll
69 Boyz - Kitty
Half Pint - One Legg Up
Duice - Dazzey Duks
B-Rock & the Bizz - My Babydaddy
KP & Envyi - Swing My Way
Tag Team - Whoomp There It Is
Salt-N-Pepa - Push It
MC Shy D - Shake It
Uncle Luke - Doo Doo Brown
12 Gauge - Dunkie Butt
Soundmaster T - Too Much Booty in the Pants
OG Supernatural 10:11 AM - 22 March, 2006
Ha! MC Shy D...That's Old Skool baby! Come-on shake-shake it!

Lot's of newer good stuff also like
Shake-Ying Yang Twins
Hit The Floor
Check up on it
Dude...I played "Belly Dancer" R. Kelly (per request) at my last gig and the chicks lost their minds???
Julls 11:44 AM - 22 March, 2006
Afro-Rican - Give It All You Got
AMF 2:27 PM - 22 March, 2006
Poison Clan - shake what ya mama gave ya
Splack Pack - scrub the ground
Splack Pack (I think) - shake that a$$ b***h
Lathum - Freak it
Soul Sonic Force - Planet Rock (kinda fits into this category)
2 Live Crew - Throw that D


I'll think of some more in a few...
djzoo 2:58 PM - 22 March, 2006
tootsie...roll!!!
Dj Ryme 3:25 PM - 22 March, 2006
My 2cents is dont play a long ass booty set, keep it to like 15mins, otherwise people get tired of it, plus there are really only so many songs people actually know and remember, I usually play my booty set at the peak of the night and quick mix the hell out of it, has not let me down yet, but I have seen a couple dudes with a long ass booty set and the crowd does seem to get tired and start to thin out.
sixxx 3:41 PM - 22 March, 2006
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My 2cents is dont play a long ass booty set, keep it to like 15mins, otherwise people get tired of it, plus there are really only so many songs people actually know and remember, I usually play my booty set at the peak of the night and quick mix the hell out of it, has not let me down yet, but I have seen a couple dudes with a long ass booty set and the crowd does seem to get tired and start to thin out.


tru dat.

I haven't done a booty set in a while at a club, but if I do... same thing... keep it short, quick mixed and at peak hour.
Djslim7777 3:41 PM - 22 March, 2006
Ryme, you have a good point and it makes sense, but it is actually like a dance off competition...and they want a different booty song for each contestant. So I need alot of random, but good booty songs. sG : Jules : Supernatural : AMF...good good stuff. Keep them comming if you can, I got to get this music tonight....and Ill deffinately keep yall posted on how it goes....Thanks Guys
Allan V 4:48 PM - 22 March, 2006
Juvenile's-Back that ass..always works for me
DJ_Mike_Coquilla 5:35 PM - 22 March, 2006
omg, no one mentioned MC Hammer "Can't Touch This / Ring em" & Vanilla Ice "Ice Ice Baby" :)
sixxx 5:37 PM - 22 March, 2006
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omg, no one mentioned MC Hammer "Can't Touch This / Ring em" & Vanilla Ice "Ice Ice Baby" :)


That's cause it's BOOTY songs.
sixxx 5:37 PM - 22 March, 2006
I think this is supposed to be a "miami bass" type style songs.
Julls 5:39 PM - 22 March, 2006
What about MC Hammer - 2 Legit 2 Quit?
sixxx 5:43 PM - 22 March, 2006
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Juvenile's-Back that ass..always works for me


and this is in the wrong category as well.
Allan V 6:04 PM - 22 March, 2006
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Juvenile's-Back that ass..always works for me


and this is in the wrong category as well.


oops..my bad I thought it was for hip hop booty style type songs also
Djslim7777 6:05 PM - 22 March, 2006
haha...why we all fighting...we just need some booty music...."Miami Bass"....i am talking more along the lines of 2 Live Crew....Sir Mix Alot...Quad City DJ's....all that good stuff...i think Miami Bass would have to be put into another category all on its own...i am still looking for a real good list.... sG posted a good one....lets get another one...

-Slim
sixxx 6:20 PM - 22 March, 2006
We're not fighting silly goose. :)
DJ_Mike_Coquilla 6:22 PM - 22 March, 2006
- 2 live crew - we want some p&ssy (iTunes clean version)
- Dynamix II - Just Give The Dj a Break
- Egyptian Lover (his whole portfolio)
- Rodney O & Joe Coolie (their whole portfolio)
THE_ONE 7:56 PM - 22 March, 2006
I can't believe you guys forgot the biggest booty song of all time!!! DJ LAZ - Esa Morena

here is a few more:
These 1st 3 might be too "Miami"
Crazy Legs - Happy if you know it
Forgot Artist - Dickie Ride
Forgot Artist - Run Forest run!
Luke - I wanna Rock
Luke - Work it out
djzoo 8:00 PM - 22 March, 2006
Sir Mix A Lot - Rippin'
DJ_Mike_Coquilla 8:42 PM - 22 March, 2006
gucci crew - sally that girl
jj fad - supersonic
(artist?) - smurf rock
mc ade - bass mechanic
tehfoiler 9:17 PM - 22 March, 2006
Wow... no one said DJ Assault - Ass & Titties? shame, just shame. Theres too many to list but for anyone interested in Detroit Booty AKA Ghettotech you guys should check out www.ghettotech.de pretty good forum on the subject.
Julls 10:50 PM - 22 March, 2006
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Wow... no one said DJ Assault - Ass & Titties? shame, just shame.


Stankin ass bitches who need to brush up, don't get mad then I don't wanna fuck. You need soap and water.
AMF 12:28 PM - 23 March, 2006
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Wow... no one said DJ Assault - Ass & Titties? shame, just shame. Theres too many to list but for anyone interested in Detroit Booty AKA Ghettotech you guys should check out www.ghettotech.de pretty good forum on the subject.


I didn't think anybody outside of detroit even knew what this was. I certainly thought about it when I first posted my songs... But I didn't think anyone in Arizona would know about it!
Djslim7777 3:40 PM - 23 March, 2006
ya....i aint gonna lie AMF...you hit it right on the point. I have never heard of DJ Assault - Ass and Titties....but hey...we are here to find new music...why not try it out. Thanks to all yall who been posting some good shit...hopefully this weekend will run smooth. Ill let everyone know how it goes....

-Slim
tehfoiler 11:55 PM - 23 March, 2006
It's quite popular in Europe amazingly enough. Godfather, Assualt, DJ Nasty, and quite a few others tour out there. I was surprised by this myself as well, I could beleive it for a while. lol.

I also did grow up in Detroit, so I'm a huge fan. :)
DJ_Mike_Coquilla 12:39 AM - 24 March, 2006
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gucci crew - sally that girl
jj fad - supersonic
(artist?) - smurf rock
mc ade - bass mechanic
www.discogs.com
Julls 1:46 AM - 31 March, 2006
What about "95 South - Heiny, Heiny" ?
Wally Sparks 2:24 AM - 31 March, 2006
www.amazon.com

There are a lot of booty shake hits on those compilations
Detroitbootybass 5:25 AM - 31 March, 2006
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Stankin ass bitches who need to brush up, don't get mad then I don't wanna fuck. You need soap and water.


Very close!

"Stankin' ass bitches who need to WASH up, don't get mad WHEN I don't wanna fuck. You need soap and water..."

;-)
junglmnn 10:55 PM - 31 March, 2006
DJ Magic Mike BASS lines used to drop dat ASS in the late 80's & early 90's
bush 11:09 PM - 31 March, 2006
Ive heard ass n tities and im in Ireland.
djsimpluva 10:56 PM - 2 April, 2006
Sorry I'm late to this thread but younger cats need to recognize that this stuff here was really the FIRST Rap music from the South. I'm from Atlanta and you guys brought back some nice memories.
Wally Sparks 4:19 AM - 3 April, 2006
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Sorry I'm late to this thread but younger cats need to recognize that this stuff here was really the FIRST Rap music from the South. I'm from Atlanta and you guys brought back some nice memories.


Tell them about Kilo & Mc Shy D sir... or those Edward J bedroom tapes. Classics!!!
DJ_Mike_Coquilla 12:08 PM - 3 April, 2006
@ simpluva & Wall, this genre i hold close to my heart (grew up with it)... care to shed some light, some history :)
HOT DJ CHRIS 12:23 AM - 4 April, 2006
Boom! I got your booty music...

Not necessarily in this order:

Shake It - MC Shy D
Whoomp (There It Is) - Tag Team
Whoomp (There It Is) Remix - Tag Team
Tootsie Roll - 69 Boyz
Hoochie Mama - 2 Live Crew
Come On Ride It (The Train) - Quad City DJs
Da Dip - Freak Nasty
Daisy Dukes - Duice
Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot
I Wanna Rock - Luke
My Baby Daddy - B Rock & The Bizz
Boom! I Got Your Girlfriend - Boyz From The Bottom
Boom! I Got Your Boyfriend - MC Luscious
Tic Tac Toe - Kyper
Sally That Girl - Gucci Crew II
Push It - Salt N Peppa
Supersonic Remix - JJ Fad
Give It All You Got - Afro Rican
Boot the Booty - MC Clay D
Get It Girl - 2 Live Crew
Gotta Be Tough - MC Shy D
Smurf Rock - Jigolo Tony
HOT DJ CHRIS 1:24 AM - 4 April, 2006
Oh, I forgot...The stupidest one:

Peanut Butter Jelly Time - Chip-Man & The Buckweat Boyz
djzoo 7:24 PM - 4 April, 2006
how about that song that goes...."hey I'm zoomin'....."who is that? I think its a booty song.
sG 8:47 PM - 4 April, 2006
hot dj chris... half of those i listed already.....
lesterdiamond 3:52 PM - 4 May, 2006
any booty house tracks?
tig ol' bitties 4:38 PM - 4 May, 2006
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how about that song that goes...."hey I'm zoomin'....."who is that? I think its a booty song.


probably wrex n effect.
djzoo 7:04 PM - 4 May, 2006
nah, its like one guy, sounds like Zypher maybe (tic tac toe guy).
uno seis 10:22 PM - 4 May, 2006
"zoomin" by Nomar? haha I haven't heard this song in years
djzoo 1:04 AM - 5 May, 2006
thanks, im gonna look for it tonight
DJ GRIAL 4:20 AM - 22 August, 2012
nice post! missing a few of those tracks ;) thanks
skinnyguy 4:38 AM - 22 August, 2012
last night i played dis n dat "party"....along with "tootsee roll" and "rodeo".

some other gems i didn't see on here (after a quick glance):

chuck smooth - who let the dogs out
sir mix a lot - ride
half pint - stomp n grind
dis n dat - freak me baby
booty girls - freak me
dj smurf - ooh lawd
zae - thyow
puppies - funky y 2 c
24k - ......aw crap...mind is going blank now...
REDSELECTER 4:39 AM - 22 August, 2012
Got to add a few to this:

Poison Clan - Dance All Night
2 Hyped Brothers & A Dog - Doo Doo Brown
REDSELECTER 4:41 AM - 22 August, 2012
on snap and the biggest one:

Disco Rick & The Dogs - Wiggle Wiggle

that used to DESTROY parties in Miami back in the day
REDSELECTER 4:49 AM - 22 August, 2012
Any Dade Country peeps from the mid-late 80s/early 90s?

If you used to hit spots like Fifth Street, Luke's, Manhattans, Hungry Whale, Stardome, Lime Key, Ventannas, Cameo, Overtown and Liberty City street parties, Studio 183, Club Boca, Casablanca, etc.

sigh...
DJ GRIAL 7:05 AM - 22 August, 2012
wow, so many I dont know or have ;(
DJ GRIAL 7:19 AM - 22 August, 2012
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www.amazon.com

There are a lot of booty shake hits on those compilations


the link doesn't work
DJ Benny B NYC 1:59 PM - 22 August, 2012
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2 Live Crew - Hoochie Mama
2 Live Crew - Shake a Little
2 Live Crew - Me So Horny
2 Live Crew - Face Down Ass Up
Uncle Luke - Raise the Roof
Uncle Luke - It's Your Birthday
Uncle Luke - Scarred
So So Def All Stars - Whatz Up Whatz Up
Ghosttown DJs - My Boo
Quad City DJs - C'mon Ride the Train
Freaknasty - Da Dip
Usher - Nice N Slow Remix f/ Twista
INOJ - Let Me Love You Down
69 Boyz - Tootsie Roll
69 Boyz - Kitty
Half Pint - One Legg Up
Duice - Dazzey Duks
B-Rock & the Bizz - My Babydaddy
KP & Envyi - Swing My Way
Tag Team - Whoomp There It Is
Salt-N-Pepa - Push It
MC Shy D - Shake It
Uncle Luke - Doo Doo Brown
12 Gauge - Dunkie Butt
Soundmaster T - Too Much Booty in the Pants


this list is pretty legit. some of the old bmoer jams like put your leg up and watch out for the big girl fit well in here too
DJ GOODFOOT 3:02 PM - 22 August, 2012
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"zoomin" by Nomar? haha I haven't heard this song in years



Used to love that track!

Luke (2 Live Crew) - Scarred, Hootchie Mama and Doo Doo Brown were the biggest hits for my Booty Bass set back in the day. Could only play two or three cuts before the crowd got tired though so I mixed them quick then got back to some slower BPM stuff. Haven't played or heard any of them in a long time now, not even sure a younger crowd would appreciate this genre anymore...
Daktyl 4:22 PM - 22 August, 2012
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not even sure a younger crowd would appreciate this genre anymore...

a few of the well known hits still go off with a college crowd... whoomp there it is, baby got back, push it... recently i've been using pop that as a segue into i wanna rock to go into a booty set. sometimes it works and sometimes i get the wtf stare
Taipanic 11:31 PM - 22 August, 2012
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Any Dade Country peeps from the mid-late 80s/early 90s?

If you used to hit spots like Fifth Street, Luke's, Manhattans, Hungry Whale, Stardome, Lime Key, Ventannas, Cameo, Overtown and Liberty City street parties, Studio 183, Club Boca, Casablanca, etc.

sigh...


Top Resident at Mako's - NMB '91-92, just up the road from Facade. Great times, great music - Techno, Freestyle, & Booty Music until 6am!
REDSELECTER 11:43 PM - 22 August, 2012
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Any Dade Country peeps from the mid-late 80s/early 90s?

If you used to hit spots like Fifth Street, Luke's, Manhattans, Hungry Whale, Stardome, Lime Key, Ventannas, Cameo, Overtown and Liberty City street parties, Studio 183, Club Boca, Casablanca, etc.

sigh...


Top Resident at Mako's - NMB '91-92, just up the road from Facade. Great times, great music - Techno, Freestyle, & Booty Music until 6am!


Nice!
jprime 11:44 PM - 22 August, 2012
dig into the Booty breaks? ie / stanton warriors Club Action kinda shit?

Watchwww.youtube.com

?
Taipanic 11:46 PM - 22 August, 2012
DJ Laz - Mami El Negro, Red Alert, Journey into Bass
Maggotron Crushing Crew - Miami's Rocking Baby
Buckwheat Boyz - Peanut Butter Jelly Time
Young N Restless - B Girls, Poison Ivy
Blaque - 808
Chazzy Chess & MC Cool Rock - Boot The Booty
Clay D - Pull it All The Way Down
Duice - Dazzy Duks
69 Boys - Kitty Kitty
95 South - Rodeo
2 Live Crew - Fuck Shop
DJ Magic Mike - Drop The Bass
2 Hyped Brothers & a Dog - Doo Doo Brown
Dogs Feat. Disco Rick - You're Mama's on Crack Rock
DJ Art Pumpin Payne 4:12 AM - 23 August, 2012
Wow you guys blew the dust off this bitch - dug it up and revived it...

Newer shit:
Trina - Long Heels, Red Bottoms - Watchwww.youtube.com
DJ Class - I'm The Ish

Old school classic
Jam Pony Express (Live) Watchwww.youtube.com
REDSELECTER 4:31 AM - 23 August, 2012
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DJ Laz - Mami El Negro, Red Alert, Journey into Bass
Maggotron Crushing Crew - Miami's Rocking Baby
Dogs Feat. Disco Rick - You're Mama's on Crack Rock


Power 96 jamz for real

I played in the Jamaican/Caribbean scene (Lime Key, Fifth Street, Medusa DJs, Cosmic Force, etc.) but we always had a bass section in the night...
DJ Val-BKNY11203 2:11 PM - 23 August, 2012
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Wow you guys blew the dust off this bitch - dug it up and revived it...

Old school classic
Jam Pony Express (Live) Watchwww.youtube.com


Back in late 80's early 90s while I was in the military everybody from the MIA had the Jam Pony Tapes. Them joints use to rock.
Taipanic 5:10 PM - 23 August, 2012
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DJ Laz - Mami El Negro, Red Alert, Journey into Bass
Maggotron Crushing Crew - Miami's Rocking Baby
Dogs Feat. Disco Rick - You're Mama's on Crack Rock


Power 96 jamz for real

I played in the Jamaican/Caribbean scene (Lime Key, Fifth Street, Medusa DJs, Cosmic Force, etc.) but we always had a bass section in the night...


We did a live Power 96 broadcast from the club every week with Laz and/or Eddie Mix. I was invited down to the station numerous times to do an hour or two of live mixing on air. Power 96 was awesome. Good times!
DeezNotes 7:20 PM - 23 August, 2012
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Any Dade Country peeps from the mid-late 80s/early 90s?

If you used to hit spots like Fifth Street, Luke's, Manhattans, Hungry Whale, Stardome, Lime Key, Ventannas, Cameo, Overtown and Liberty City street parties, Studio 183, Club Boca, Casablanca, etc.

sigh...


Top Resident at Mako's - NMB '91-92, just up the road from Facade. Great times, great music - Techno, Freestyle, & Booty Music until 6am!

I stumbled into Mako's just a few months ago.
djdalite 7:56 PM - 23 August, 2012
Hi-towns DJ's - Ring A Ling - Watchwww.youtube.com
sparklingjewel 2:34 PM - 21 September, 2012
DID ANYONE MAKE OR FIND A CD/ ALBUM WITH THESE ON?
I WANT !!!!
ITS TAKING ALOT TO FIND ALL THIS TO BURN COPY BUY OR DOWNLOAD !
IM HAVING A DIVORCE PARTY AND LOVE TO HAVE THIS !!! THANK YOU
flipmo8064 11:26 PM - 21 September, 2012
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It's quite popular in Europe amazingly enough. Godfather, Assualt, DJ Nasty, and quite a few others tour out there. I was surprised by this myself as well, I could beleive it for a while. lol.

I also did grow up in Detroit, so I'm a huge fan. :)



Just saw Dj Godfather play in Detroit last weekend
Esco... 10:33 PM - 22 September, 2012
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DJ Laz - Mami El Negro, Red Alert, Journey into Bass
Maggotron Crushing Crew - Miami's Rocking Baby
Dogs Feat. Disco Rick - You're Mama's on Crack Rock


Power 96 jamz for real

I played in the Jamaican/Caribbean scene (Lime Key, Fifth Street, Medusa DJs, Cosmic Force, etc.) but we always had a bass section in the night...


We did a live Power 96 broadcast from the club every week with Laz and/or Eddie Mix. I was invited down to the station numerous times to do an hour or two of live mixing on air. Power 96 was awesome. Good times!


Awesome! I moved away from Miami before I started DJ'ing, but I learned so much from listening to DJ Zog on the 5 oclock traffic jam when I was first starting. Still tune in to the Dj zog/dj def club streams on Fridays every now and then.
aha727 4:52 AM - 9 November, 2012
What's the name of the song that goes like this over and over?

Guy: Who you love?
Girls: Crazy Legs!

Throughout the song, the guy and girls change the tone in which they ask and respond.... deeper voice, faster pace, etc. I've searched the obvious, but the only references to Crazy Legs I get are Loose My Money and Happy and You Know It.
DjLouSince82 7:01 PM - 9 November, 2012
you mean Miami bass songs not booty songs
SouthernHoodBelle 4:03 PM - 28 November, 2012
T.I and Lil Wayne "Ball"
SouthernHoodBelle 4:18 PM - 28 November, 2012
Big Sean "Dance"
DjKDM7000 2:09 AM - 26 June, 2014
Anyway.... seems like I am the only one left staying true to the Atlanta Booty Bass, Miami Bass, Electro Bass and Freestyle sound, playing TODAY'S hottest bass & freestyle sounds while everyone else has moved on and followed trends. Yes, I do play other things, but I still keep up with today's bass & freestyle sounds, as you can hear HERE:
www.mixcrate.com

Mainly all new music and mixes, featuring TODAY'S MODERN bass & freestyle (and a little bit more)

Judging by some of the posts in this thread, it seems like a lot of teenagers or twenty year olds these days no longer know what booty bass or miami bass is. Sucks that it has fallen off so much that people think today's slow tempo music is "booty bass" just because it talks about booty and has lots of bass and often has booty shaking twerk dances associated with it.

Oh, and lastly, I'm sure you've also found this list copied and pasted on random sites a few times around the net over the past couple of years:

1. Throw the D. - 2 Live Crew / Throw the P. - Anquette
2. Bass Rock Express - MC A.D.E.
3. Supersonic - J.J. Fad
4. The Cars with the Boom - L'Trimm
5. Give It All You Got (Doggy Style) - Afro Rican
6. Just Give the DJ a Break - Dynamix II
7. Drop the Bass - DJ Magic Mike and MC Toney B.
8. Me So Horny - 2 Live Crew
9. Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot
10. Whoomp! There It Is - Tag Team/Whoot! There It Is-95 South
11. Boot the Booty - MC Cool Rock & Chaszey Chess
12. Bass Computer - Techmaster P.E.B.
13. We Want Some Pussy - 2 Live Crew
14. Sally (That Girl) - Gucci Crew II
15. Shake It - MC Shy D
16. Miami El Negro - DJ Laz and Danny D.
17. Welcome to the Planet of Bass - Maggotron
18. Creep Dog - MC Cool Rock & Chaszey Chess
19. Now Dance - Byron Davis & The Fresh Krew
20. Let's Get This Party Started - DJ KJ & MC Kooley C.
21. Ghetto Bass - 2 Live Crew
22. Get It Girl - 2 Live Crew
23. Gotta Be Tough - MC Shy D
24. Revelation - 2 Live Crew
25. What I Like - 2 Live Crew
26. Boom! I Got Your Boyfriend - Danny D. & DJ Wiz / Boom! I Got Your Girlfriend - MC Luscious
27. Jealous Fellas - Dimples T. / Jealous Girls - JDC
28. I Wanna Rock - Luke
29. Tootsee Roll - 69 Boyz
30. Ghetto Jump - Krush
31. Stomp N Grind - Half Pint
32. Commin' In Fresh - Double Duce
33. DJ Magic Mike Cuts the Record - DJ Magic Mike
34. Shake Whatcha Mama Gave Ya - Poison Clan
35. C'mon N Ride It (The Train) - Quad City DJ's
36. Dazzey Dukes - Duice
37. Da Dip - Freak Nasty
38. Scrub Da Ground - Splack Pack
39. Dunkie Butt (Please, Please, Please) - 12 Gauge
40. Mix It Up - DJ Uncle Al
41. Shake That Ass Bitch - Splack Pack
42. Return To the Bass Planet - Maggotron
43. Ignition - Dynamix II
44. The Cabbage Patch - The Gucci Crew II
45. Move Somethin' - 2 Live Crew
46. Return of the Bass That Ate Miami - Maggotron
47. 122 BPM - Jive Rhythm Trax
48. Techno Bass - Dynamix II
49. Square Dance Rap - Sir Mix-A-Lot
50. Love You Down - INOJ
51. Swing My Way - KP & Envyi / Shorty Swings Both Ways - 3-Way Playaz
52. Time After Time - INOJ
53. Shake Shake - Jonny Z
54. Shake a Lil' Somethin' - 2 Live Crew
55. Nasty Dancer (remix) - Kilo
56. Kitty Kitty - 69 Boyz
57. 2 Much Booty (In Da Pants) - Soundmaster T.
58. Lose My Money (Honey) - Prince Raheim and Crazy Legs
59. Hold Up, Wait a Minute - DJ Smurf
60. Ooh Lawd (Party People) - DJ Smurf and PMHI
61. Do Your Duty - Beat Master Clay D. & The Get Funky Crew
62. Shake the Joint - Breezy Beat MC
63. Worse 'Em - Triple M Bass
64. The Beat Is Fresh - Prime Choice
65. Posse on Broadway - Sir Mix-A-Lot
66. My Boo - Ghost Town DJs
67. Wiggle Wiggle - Disco Rick
68. Party - Dis N Dat
69. Rodeo - 95 South
70. Red Alert - DJ Laz
71. Shake It, Do the 61st - Anquette
72. Let it Go - Afro-Rican
73. Chicken Head - MC Zeus
74. Smurf Rock - Gigolo Tony
75. That's Right - DJ Taz feat. Raheem the Dream
76. I Will Always Be There for You - Anquette
77. Pop That Thang - DJ Smurf feat. Kizzy Rock
78. Scarred - Luke Campbell
79. My Baby's Daddy - B-Rock & the Bizz / My Baby Mama - Anquette feat. The Southsyde B.O.I.Z.
80. Raise the Roof - Luke feat. No Good But So Good Party
81. Do the Damn Thing - 2 Live Crew
82. Lap Danz - Top Secret
83. Show Me Love - Kilo Ali
84. Whatz Up Whatz Up - Playa Poncho and L.A. Sno
85. Bad Bass Music - Bass Cube
86. Butta (Miami Bass mix) - Pamp & Da Knox
87. Girls (Southside mix) - DJ Smurf feat. DJ Taz, DJ Kizzy Rock, and June Dog
88. All of Puerto Rico - Afro-Rican
89. Shake (Miami Bass mix) - Pamp & Da Knox
90. Ride Out - DJ Trans
91. Pump That Bass - Original Concept
92. Woof Woof - 69 Boyz
93. Bass Is What We Want - MCB
94. Esta Locha (Part Bass mix) - To Kool Chris
95. Latin Swing - Jonny Z & DJ Laz
96. Freak It - Lathun feat. Da Brat
97. When Will I See You Smile Again? - Ricky Bell
98. As We Lay - Dana Harris
99. Everlasting Bass - Rodney O.
100. Get it Boy - Fresh Celeste & M4sers

Dial-a-Freak - Uncle Jamm's Army
Throw the P. - Anquette
Esa Morena - DJ Laz
Rapp Will Never Die - MC Shy D
I Need You - B.V.S.M.P. feat. Stevie B.
The Bass That Ate Miami - Maggotron
The Miami Bass Machine - Bassadelic
Mentirosa - Mellow Man Ace
Bass Overdrive - B.O.S.E.
He is DJ Crash - Gigolo Tony
Roll It Up - Success N Effect
Janet Reno - Anquette
Ride - Sir Mix-A-Lot
Bass Generator - Dynamix II
(Push It) Grab It - L'Trimm
Make It Mellow - Missy Mist
Is It Love? - JJ Fad
Way Out - JJ Fad
Space Jam - Quad City DJs
Cutie Pie - L'Trimm
Crank It - MC A.D.E.
Lookout - MC A.D.E.
808 Volt Megamix - DJ Battery Brain
Slice It Up - Kool Rock Jay & DJ Slice
B Girls - Young & Restless with Eric G.
Tha Hop - Kinsu
Drop Them Chones (No Senor) - Jonny Z
True Players - A-Town Players
Summertime Summertime - Corina
Saddle You Up (Bass mix) - Strawberri
Mamacita - Jonny Z
Journey Into Bass - DJ Laz
Artificial Intelligence - Industrial Bass Machine
Lizard Lizard - No Good-N-Jiggie feat. Luke
When We Kiss - Bardeux
Cameltoe - Fannypack
Drop Don't Stop - MC A.D.E.
Feel the Bass - DJ Magic Mike
Stump and Grind - alf Pint, Clay D, and DJ Magic Mike
Don't Fess - Shaquan
U Like Pina Colada - Da Real One
Must Be the Booty (Mr. Mixx mix) - Dirty Dawgs
Weekendz (Freekendz) - Don Cisco
Feelin' Horny - Sex Kraz'd Superstars
Ding-a-Ling (Mr. Mixx mix) - Hi-Town DJs
La Rasa - Dino Latino
Fire Up This Funk - Poison Clan
Booty Shake - The Gucci Crew II
Take it to the Max - Tricky D
Il Na Na - 12 Gauge
Let Them Hos Fight - Disco Rick and Silence
Shake Them Titties - The Get Funky Crew
C'mon Babe - 2 Live Crew
You Go Girl - 2 Live Crew
Rippin' - Sir Mix-A-Lot and Kid Sensation
Down Low - Freak Nasty
So Def, So Fresh, So Stupid - The Gucci Crew II
Miami - Steven Jay Grey & Mr. Mixx
Bass it Baby - The Third Degree
Let Me C-Ya Work it - Splack Pack
Dunkey Kong - Kilo Ali
Everlasting Bass - Rodney O-Joe Cooley
Moments in Bass - DJ Laz
Hola Mami - DJ Laz and Danny D
Malice - DJ Smurf and PMHI
Hump All Night - DJ Laz and Danny D.
Tip 4 the Strip - Splack Pack
Do You Hear What I Hear? - Kilo Ali
Baby Baby - Kilo Ali
Heiny Heiny - 95 South
America Has a Problem - Kilo Ali
Stump and Grind - Half Pint, Clay D, and DJ Magic Mike
La Bamba - Jonny Z feat. DJ Laz
Hold Up, Wait a Minute - DJ Smurf
Big Butt - Bobby Jimmy and The Critters
Trible M Bass - Worse 'Em
Saddle You Up (Bass mix) - Strawberri
Back at One (Cibola mix) - Brian McKnight
Wherever You Go (Bass mix) - Voices of Theory
Say It (Bass mix) - Voices of Theory
Big Ol' Booty - Freaky J
Say It (Bass mix) - Kai
I Like It - Sammie
Freak Me (Let Me Lick You Up and Down) - Booty Girls
T-Shirt and Pannies - Booty Girls
Shake Your Body - Beat Dominator
Muevelo (Move It) - Brissa
Transbeat - DJ E.F.X.
True To the Game - MC Shy D
Gimme What I Want - Lathun and Katrina
Six Eight - Katrina
Let It Go - Butter
What It Is? - Virgo
Gitty Up - Salt N Pepa
Lizard-Lizard-No Good - N-Jiggie feat. Luke
Ooh Big Momma - Lil' Jon and The Eastside Boyz
Ay Papi (Slammin' Sama mix) - The 2 Live Crew
Callin' - Will You Players Ever Learn? (Booty mix)-Amar
Wet-N-Wild (DJ Laz Booty Bounce mix) - 95 South
Transformer - MC A.D.E.


CRUCIAL NEO MIAMI BASS
Cameltoe - Fannypack
Artificial Intelligence - Industrial Bass Machine
Planetary Deterioration - Ozone Layer
FlooR.I.D.A. (Dynamix II remix) - Rabbit In the Moon

TOP 5 FREESTYLE BASS SONGS
1. Security (Midnight remix) - The Beat Club
2. Make It Mellow - Missy Mist
3. I Need You - B.V.S.M.P. feat. Stevie B.
4. Summertime Summertime - Corina
5. Weekendz (Freekendz) - Cisco

INFLUENTIAL ELECTRO TRACKS ON MIAMI BASS
1. Planet Rock - Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
2. It's Yours - T La Rock & Jazzy Jay
3. Al-Naafiysh (The Soul) - Hashim
4. Egypt, Egypt - Egyptian Lover
5. Jam On It - Newcleus
Bubbling under:
Clear - Cybotron feat. Juan Atkins
Numbers - Kraftwerk

TOP 10 BOOTY HOUSE/GHETTOTECH SONGS
1. Work It! - DJ Funk
2. Playa Haters in Dis House (Point 'Em Out remix)
- DJ Godfather feat. Players Only
3. Freaks - DJ Deeon
4. Ass N Titties - DJ Assault
5. Some Whores (In This House) - 2 n Rhythm

NOTEWORTHY BOOTY JAMS (NOT MIAMI BASS)
The Humpty Dance - Digital Underground
Da Butt - E.U.
Back That Ass Up - Juvenile feat. Mannie Fresh and Lil' Wayne
Big Ole Butt - L. L. Cool J
Get Low - Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz
Shake Ya Ass - Mystikal
Push It - Salt N Pepa
Funky Cold Medina - Tone Loc
Wild Thing - Tone Loc
Rump Shaker - Wreckx N Effectx
Salt Shaker - Ying Yang Twins

INFUENTIAL ARTISTS ON MIAMI BASS
Afrika Bambaataa
Cybotron
Egyptian Lover
Kraftwerk
Mantronix
"Pretty Tony" Butler
DjKDM7000 2:29 AM - 26 June, 2014
Honestly, I wouldn't consider "Muevelo" by Brissa to be booty or miami bass, but....

As far as some of my favorite current bass songs, here you go:


EDUBB - Rain Boots
Dj Kizzy Rock - Nasty Girls
Stuey Rock ft Yung Joc - Baby baby
Johnny Moog - Dope Love (Chrissy Murderbot Remix)
Ying Yang Twins - Big Butts
Kelis - Bounce (Kdm Dezabeatz Mixshow Mash FE2)
Death Jam - Look out
Deekline, Ed Solo, Dustin Hulton, & Sporty-O - I Like Girls
Far East Movement - I party
Syren - visible
Jennifer Jimenez - We don't even talk (NSR Remix)
Raheem The-Dream - Lights Camera Action (from his new 2014 album)
Wale ft Rihanna - Bad (Tony Tone Remix)
Ciara - Got me good
43 Kings - Lets party
Dj Richie Rich ft Dj Kermit & Mixtress - Get it started
Doc Nasty - Lets ride

...And I'll stop there.
DJ Art Pumpin Payne 3:06 AM - 26 June, 2014
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Oh, and lastly, I'm sure you've also found this list copied and pasted on random sites a few times around the net over the past couple of years:


Dude, you had to post that list - now I need to go thru the library and see what I am missing and see what is in low 128 bit rate...

Tempted but not tonight - i'll be up all night - lol.

Funny thing is I just ran across a regional classic in a post on Facebook that was considered Bass/Booty here in Detroit. I never knew there was a video for it, I want the video now... :(

Watchwww.youtube.com (Playskule - Slap That Butt)
DjKDM7000 3:47 AM - 26 June, 2014
Just keep in mind that it's impossible to remember and post every bass song that exists. There are quite a few songs from around 2000 that are now coming to mind that are not in any of the lists above...

Quad City Dj's - Baby, be mine
Pressha - Splackavellie (B-Rock Mix) (and other remixes)
Tightwork - Can I holla
...etc

I guess there is also Usher & Robin Thicke "secret garden" that probably received some attention in some regions in 2010, and Ciara's "heavy rotation" probably also received a few spins in some markets.

Ciara feat. Future and B.O.B had a bass hit that some urban and rhythmic stations have been playing over the past year or two (2012-2014), called "body party remix." That version is different from the Mike D Bass Remix, but both are bass remixes.

Here is one of the latest Watchwww.youtube.com videos I posted with more modern bass sounds. One song in there is UK Garage/2 step (or what people in London consider "U.K. Bass Music")

I'm sure if bass were still popular today, songs like "boomerang" by Dj Felli Fel ft Akon, Pitbull and Jermaine Dupri would be part of the new sound of bass, considering the amount of electronic sounds influencing hip hop, pop, and r&b today. I'm sure half of today's bass music would easily cross over into electro bass and even freestyle bass.

I also noticed that no one mentioned "Pamp & Da Knox - Shake (bass mix)" which was played here in Arizona back in 1997-1998.
Detroitbootybass 4:57 PM - 26 June, 2014
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Watchwww.youtube.com (Playskule - Slap That Butt)


I never knew that there was a 'clean' version of 'Slap Dat Ass'...
D Jay Cee 2:23 AM - 27 June, 2014
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Honestly, I wouldn't consider "Muevelo" by Brissa to be booty or miami bass, but....

As far as some of my favorite current bass songs, here you go:


EDUBB - Rain Boots
Dj Kizzy Rock - Nasty Girls
Stuey Rock ft Yung Joc - Baby baby
Johnny Moog - Dope Love (Chrissy Murderbot Remix)
Ying Yang Twins - Big Butts
Kelis - Bounce (Kdm Dezabeatz Mixshow Mash FE2)
Death Jam - Look out
Deekline, Ed Solo, Dustin Hulton, & Sporty-O - I Like Girls
Far East Movement - I party
Syren - visible
Jennifer Jimenez - We don't even talk (NSR Remix)
Raheem The-Dream - Lights Camera Action (from his new 2014 album)
Wale ft Rihanna - Bad (Tony Tone Remix)
Ciara - Got me good
43 Kings - Lets party
Dj Richie Rich ft Dj Kermit & Mixtress - Get it started
Doc Nasty - Lets ride

...And I'll stop there.

oh man...you made me think of DJ Kizzy Rock - Yeah Shawty Yeah
DjKDM7000 6:30 AM - 27 June, 2014
White Knight "toss it up" (Southsyde Cibola Mix)

It played throughout 1998 in mixshows here in Phoenix by a couple of DJ's, but no one ever spoke about it.

Watchwww.youtube.com
jprime 7:04 PM - 27 June, 2014
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Anyway.... seems like I am the only one left staying true to the Atlanta Booty Bass, Miami Bass, Electro Bass and Freestyle sound, playing TODAY'S hottest bass & freestyle sounds while everyone else has moved on and followed trends.


Breaks and booties are my staple up here.

Some remixes here:

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jprime 7:05 PM - 27 June, 2014
great, nice double post :/ Sorry.
DjKDM7000 5:03 AM - 28 June, 2014
Majik 107.5 Atlanta's R&B Station just did an extended half hour uptempo set that was mostly a booty bass mix while I was streaming as they mixed live from the club. For some reason they played "nasty dancer" by Kilo twice in the same set, but it was quick mixed both times, along with the other bass hits. They played "2 much booty in da pants" by Soundmaster T, some Ghost Town Dj's and Lathun, Bankhead Bounce, almost played "Thyow" by Zae, "tootise roll," Missy Elliot ft Ciara "Lose Control," and all sorts of stuff. It was an impressive amount because I kept thinking they would stop and slow the music back down.

Then, for some reason, they got into "I gotta feeling" by Black Eyed Peas, "Shots" by LMFAO ft Lil Jon, "Feels so close" by Calvin Harris, "Give me everything" by Ne-yo ft Pitbull and stuff like that. I know bass isn't anything new on that station, but electro-pop dance was a surprise on an URBAN AC station. I never expected Calvin Harris to play on an urban station in a town that used to not have any stations that played house or freestyle and anything outside the most mainstream euro dance of the 90's for almost an entire decade.