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Boomsday - Mega Jon Bass - Limited Edition Vinyl

Tracklist

Face A
1.
Computer Quad
Mega Jon Bass
05:39
2.
Elektra
Mega Jon Bass
04:46
3.
Bass Rider
Mega Jon Bass
04:10
4.
Freakazoids
Mega Jon Bass
05:08
Face B
1.
Now Transformer
Mega Jon Bass
04:43
2.
Stay Awake 2
Mega Jon Bass
04:41
3.
Freakazoids Dance Remixxx
Mega Jon Bass
04:40
4.
Bass Rider Transformer Mix (feat. DJ Nino Leal)
Mega Jon Bass
04:52

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THE FUTURE OF MIAMI BASS IS IN THE MACHINES
Although a Michigan-based emcee, Iceman Ja/Mega Jon quickly made a name for himself in the Miami rap scene with bass-ridden tracks on such Florida labels as 4 Sight Records and On Top Records. IceMan Ja recorded Michigan's first national electronic dance hit called "Dance Transformer". Rhun Girl Run, a female trio, and The New Concept were two other. This Album was actually released in 1993. This was actually a quite popular album for it's time for "Bass Heads". I first has this album when it came out. It really game my kickers a run for their money back in the day and people heard you coming for blocks. This album was released at the time where everyone Bass Music artist in Miami was using the Roland TR-808 (808 Q Drum). I had a buddy back in the day who had 8 15's and he cracked his window to the song Coochie Cutters. If your a fan of bass or want to be heard before your seen then I would highly suggest this album and others from this unique artist.
https://megajonbass.com

djicemanj1
United States

Although a Michigan-based emcee, Iceman Ja/Mega Jon quickly made a name for himself in the Miami rap scene with bass-ridden tracks on such Florida labels as 4 Sight Records and On Top Records. IceMan Ja recorded Michigan's first national electronic dance hit called "Dance Transformer". Rhun Girl Run, a female trio, and The New Concept were two other. This Album was actually released in 1993. This was actually a quite popular album for it's time for "Bass Heads". I first has this album when it came out. It really game my kickers a run for their money back in the day and people heard you coming for blocks. This album was released at the time where everyone Bass Music artist in Miami was using the Roland TR-808 (808 Q Drum). I had a buddy back in the day who had 8 15's and he cracked his window to the song Coochie Cutters. If your a fan of bass or want to be heard before your seen then I would highly suggest this album and others from this unique artist.