Features 7 NEW Tracks! (Tracklist and short video after the jump!)
Beyond Modern member MickMarx dropped the first song off of this 7-song EP, “My World (w/ Iggy Azalea) Remix,” back in late January and now here are the next 6 tracks for ‘Keep Your Heart to Yourself’ to complete the story. Marx explained the EP to me as a project that “takes the listener through a chain of events that an aspiring artist is faced with once he attempts to give his heart to someone. There are instances of unappreciation, denial, and regret all tied up into one.” Even though that may sound like the EP is full of sadness, it is not. These songs are very much “SWEAT” worthy, as Marx and SurJazz would put it. Put any one of these tracks on at a party and people will dance, especially one of the three original productions by the BeyondModern guys (two by Marx and one by Jazz). I have to give my love to Marx’s track “End it In The Morning.” It easily takes the cake as my favorite from the EP and with a description from Marx himself as “sweat to the maximum” how could one not like it? Let me answer that for you, you can’t.
Check out the visuals below for “Lost! 1.5,” a continuation of “Lost! pt.1” which was on SurJazz’s beat tape, ‘Loft Apartment With A View.’ I have been informed that “Lost! pt.2” will be on BeyondModern’s upcoming album, which is scheduled to be released this summer! The album will be all in-house production from both of the BeyondModern members, as well as their engineer TopSecret.
The Bmore Mash Up Pt 4 |Final| (baltimore club music)
Back With Part 4 All New Tracks And Exclusives
Tracklist Jon Kwest – Power Move Benny Stixx – Get Ya Money Up James Nasty-DemShutUpTings DJ Booman – James Revenge DJ Booman – Single Ladies RMX DJ B-Eazy – Hornz Big Sean – Marvin Gaye and Chardonnay(Kerri Chandler and Sangria Nadus Remix) Sweatshop Boys – Watch The Folding Chair Jon Kwest – Azz Everywhere (Bonus-Second Line Mix) Benny Stixx – Connectionz The Weeknd – High For This ( R&B-More Remix )-DJ Quality Twista – Wetter (Quality BMORE Remix) * Throwback * TLC – No Scrubs ( Quality Remix ) She Will-DJ Quality Slick Flair-DJ Booman Disco Stick-DJ Tameil Neyo – So Sick ( R&B-More Remix )-DJ Quality
It’s finally here. Moombahton Massive VI - the biggest Moombahton Massive event to date. You’re coming, right?!Almost everybody who has ever played a Massive will be there going head-to-head with their counterparts. A battle of epic proportions! And we’ll all be there to reap the…
I’m fuckin goin to this jam. I’m def tryna see Munchi. His shit is so fuckin crank. See yall fools there.
Ohhh that James Nasty!Karaoke superstar, freaktrain advocate, and lover of all things deep fried - the dude lives and breathes Baltimore club music.You’ve probably read his name somewhere in the City Paper or the Baltimore Sun - he’s all over this city.You can find him punishing some tacos at the local Mexican joint, daydrinking on his stoop, or playing maestro at his Friday night party, Physical Education.Hosted by The Ottobar every Friday night, Physical Education, or Phys Ed for short, is one of the most active parties in Baltimore right now.The fun thing about Phys Ed is that you never quite know what to expect week after week.It provides a different experience every single time.Sure - you can always count on James Nasty to play a full hour of Baltimore club at 1AM, but each week there’s a new guest DJ who can play anything from Top 40 to dubstep to moombahton. These different genres draw so many different types of party people to Phys Ed - from art school kids to ghetto mamis, cowboys to hipsters, nerds to bboys.You can literally assemble The Village People every week.
The myriad of people who roll through The Ottobar on Friday night contributes to a specific dynamic that is truly unique to Phys Ed.But one thing that everybody has in common is that they are all WYLIN’ OUT come 1AM.The moment James Nasty steps up to the decks and the Baltimore club starts pouring out the speakers and smackin’ you in the ass, everybody starts to lose their shit and it truly is a beautiful sight to see.I’ve seen girls movin’ their bodies in ways I didn’t even know was physically possible.I’ve seen people gettin’ freaky and eating cupcakes at the same time.I’ve seen a bride gettin’ down in her wedding gown.I once saw a dude stuntin’ in a red cape.But my absolute favorite sight I’ve seen at Phys Ed was four people gettin’ in on a freaktrain all while sharing McDonald’s burgers and fries.That’s love, people.Or maybe just vodka.But seriously, there’s always at least one point during Phys Ed where I rub my eyes and ask, “Is this real life?”Nope.This is Phys Ed.Every fuckin’ Friday.
But you might need a little something to get you through the week.James Nasty is always in the lab and regularly releases brand new tracks over on his SoundCloud, but if you don’t have The Truth About James Nasty, you need to download it immediately and add it to your mixtape collection.Released earlier this year, this mixtape is bound to make you involuntarily bop your head to the beat.You also might get the sudden urge to shake your ass on the next person that walks down the street.That’s just what Baltimore club music does to a person.Listen for favorites like, “Lemme C Wat U Got”, “Them Do It Horns” and especially “We No Speak Bmoreo”, which is consistently featured on Baltimore club hours on 92Q. While The Truth About James Nasty maintains a classic Baltimore club sound, it’s doing a lot to spearhead the newest transitional movement in Baltimore club music, which involves less sampling, more original vocals, and an overall cleaner, more polished feel to the productions.
But Baltimore club music can only be so polished.It’s supposed to have this grimey feel to it and James Nasty keeps it real.He thrives on gettin’ that bass knockin’, lettin’ them horns blow, and keepin’ it all sexual.Rockin’ his tracks will leave you feelin’ some sort of way and hopefully it involves impure thoughts.James Nasty is all about bringing out your inner freak so don’t fight it too much, ya heard?
Take some time to get to know the guy who’s providing the soundtrack to your Friday night: