As Hyphy, Crunk, and Screw have given cities and regions a sonic identity, Lacrate hopes that “Baltimore Club Music” will be Hip-Hop’s next embraced sub-genre. Already, official remixes for Busta Rhymes’ “Touch It”, Shawnna, and Jurassic 5 have surfaced, as Jim Jones spits on Lacrate and Debonair Samir’s-produced, “Get Doe” on the Waist Deep Soundtrack.Check out the interview here to learn more about Milkcrate clothing, Bmore Gutter Music and where Aaron LaCrate came from. Don't forget to pick up the Blow Remix CD as well.
Thursday, June 22, 2006
Aaron LaCrate: Allhiphop.com feature
From what I heard last Friday was amazing. Aaron LaCrate killed it at Shouk. Debonair Samir showed up and did the damn thing as expected. I wish this had been another weekend but this weekend will make up for it. One consolation prize while I was in Florida, ten minutes after walking into random Florida club the DJ dropped Low Budget's remix of the T.I. banger "What You Know". Bmore club music is blowing up and finally getting the respect its due.