Brick City club

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Brick City Club Music (or Jersey club[1]) is a version of Baltimore club music from Newark, New Jersey popularized by DJ Tameil (Formerly Anthrax), DJ Tim Dolla, Mike V, DJ Black Mic (Brick Bandits Crew) ; in the early/mid 1990s to the 2000s.[2] It was then abandoned by DJ Tameil after many new producers began making music "without his permission," as Tameil has said numerous times, thus "ruining the genre." Each track usually consists of a kick used by many other producers and DJ's in the same tracks, along with the terms "Movie" and "Building Shaker" thrown into the song. DJ Lilman now is the most known DJ making Brick City Club hits. His music videos on YouTube has received more than 100,000 views. Other popular DJ's include DJ Frosty, DJ Jayhood, Boogie Man, DJ Taj, and more recently DJ Fade "The Future".

The basic musical structure is similar to Baltimore's, but it differs in the use of the same exact beats and mixing techniques. Though presently it is not as popular as Baltimore club, Brick City club is still popular amongst the Essex, Hudson, Somerset, Middlesex, and Union county areas of New Jersey.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephens, Alexis (2014-01-27). "Please Explain: Jersey Club". Mtv Iggy. Retrieved 2014-03-16. 
  2. ^ "FiftyOne:FiftyOne: Whats Up With Brick City Club?". Fiftyonefiftyone.com. 2006-11-10. Retrieved 2014-03-16.