Ms Drama Hip-Hop Digest with Aaron LaCrate

Aaron LaCrate




(New York, NY) – KOCH Records is happy to announce the release of DJ Aaron LaCrate and production partner Debonair Samir’s new compilation, B-More Club Crack, on March 10th, 2009.  Aaron LaCrate, Milkcrate Athletics head honcho, designer, music producer, and DJ, is one of the most popular remix DJs in the world today, having remixed songs for chart topping artists like Madonna, Lily Allen, E-40, Souljah Boy, Young Mc and more.  Now the Baltimore native is ready to showcase the next major hip-hop/club movement, B-More Club Crack. This release showcases a slew of bubbling talent backed by LaCrate and Samir’s cutting edge production.  Armed with the infectious lead single “Oh My Gosh” ft/ Mr. Vegas & Verb, and “Everybody On It”, the highly anticipated club  banger by Baltimore’s princess 17-year-old, Mz Streamz, B-More Club Crack shines a huge spotlight on Baltimore, MD and the rising movement of hip-hop/club fusion that will surely sweep the nation.

From touring the world with Gutter Music, to remixing artists, to holding down the turntables as the official DJ alongside pals Mark Ronson, Dizzee Rascal, Lily Allen and Rakim, to Aaron’s collaborations with Vans, Paris style emporium colette, Ed Banger Records + Busy P + So-Me, and designing custom cashmere for Lucien Pellat-finet, Aaron LaCrate has constantly set trends and raised the bar for everything he touches, especially DJ culture.

Milkcrate Records’ now classic B-More Gutter Music mix CD introduced Baltimore Club music to the world gaining critical acclaim and major media attention from MTV, NME, BBC, Dazed and Confused, New York Times, Village Voice, and GQ , making Gutter Music the future sound of Baltimore, and a permanent fixture on the music scene.

Aaron LaCrate has stood uniquely ahead of the music and streetwear trends for the past 10 years. Milkcrate Athletics is the first brand to elevate music and DJ culture to a highbrow, fashionable boutique level – creating a market that dozens of new indie street brands copy and study.

Aaron LaCrate has truly created a lifestyle brand leaving the rest of the industry constantly trying to catch up. His brand represents youth culture here and now. Aaron LaCrate and Samir have written the next chapter in the Baltimore Club history books.

Be ready for the next DJ / Producers to break from the pack…Be ready for B-More Club Crack!

Jeneeba                                  B-more Club Crack Intro

Verb ft Eliza Doolittle                 Rockin With The Best

D.O.G.                                      Talkin Ish

King Slixta                                 Hit The Road

Mz Streamz                               Everybody On It

Mullyman                                   The Real Is Back

Verb                                          Post Up

Mz Streamz                               Tear It Up

U.G.z                                        Came 2 Party

B-Rich                                       Trigger Play

Mr Vegas ft Verb                      Oh My Gosh

Tim Trees                                  F.I.R.E.

J Wildz                                      Put Them Drinks Up

Keesh                                        Name Ya Hood

Tru Bill                                      Bodymore

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00:00 Intro
00:42 Oh My Gosh – Mr Vegas feat Verb
03:22 Everybody on It – Mz Streamz
06:53 Hip Hop Digest with Aaron LaCrate
23:18 U and dat – Verb feat. Tpain and E40
26:44 Stay on my mind – Verb
31:52 Hip Hop Digest with Aaron LaCrate
42:00 E-pill – Verb feat. King Silxta
45:50 1980 Gutter – Verb feat. Dirt Nasty
48:57 Hip Hop Digest with Aaron LaCrate


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