Afro-Rican - Do That Dance Afro-Rican - Funky Vide As some time went by, the Car Audio market began to gain ground, and with it a new style of Miami Bass that though around for some time, had not been as popular as the Booty styles of other groups. Afro-Rican - Turn You Out Releasing "Against All Odds" on Hip Rock in , the group unfortunately was unable to move many units, and thus the deal with Luke Skyywalker Records was over. Intelligent Miami Bass, or Miami Techno Bass became the sound of choice for enthusiasts and producers alike who were looking for something different; a bit more technical, but also more complex and focused on the music itself, especially the Bass.
Afro-Rican - Funky Vibe Afro-Rican - Rollercoaster The group's first song "Bass Attack", came under their original name "We Down Express", and was released on the infamous label Pandisc in Afro-Rican - Do That Dance Afro-Rican - Here It Is As some time went by, the Car Audio market began to gain ground, and with it a new style of Miami Bass that though around for some time, had not been as popular as the Booty styles of other groups. They recognized their strengths, their weaknesses, and were not afraid to try things not conceived before if it meant getting to where they were going. With the rising popularity of Up-Tempo Miami Bass music like 2 Live Crew, and Dynamix II, and a need to come back with something that would go above and beyond anyone's expectations and garner wide spread support, Derrick Rahming, though reluctant being that this was not his preferred style of music, began production with his new Emu-SP sampler of his version of this type of sound; eventually bringing us the seminal hit "Give It All You Got". Afro-Rican - Turn You Out Afro-Rican - Skin Tights Though Afro-Rican could easily be thought of as mostly a "One Hit Wonder", the reality is that Derrick Rahming and the rest of his collaborators were a talented, and determined group that did not stop in the face of hardship and disappointment. As Power Supply, Rahming released 3 full Car Audio albums, one which was released as a collaboration with Afro-Rican, pulling together the support needed to bring Afro-Rican back out of stasis, and unto the scene. Two years later, the group released the record "Sex and Fun", combining both the uptempo styles of their Miami Bass sound, with that of their more traditional Hip Hop, but again were unable to make a lasting impression with this one as well. Only hard work and continuous determination will get you to where you want to be Afro-Rican - Ride It Girl Afro-Rican - Kool Afro-Rican - Funky Vide Powerful beats, scratches, and samples from the hits "It's More Fun To Compute", as well as "Pretty Woman", combined with vocals by the members, created a track that seemed to spread to all corners making Afro-Rican an instant Miami Bass hit. Whatever it was, the group needed some time to re-think themselves, and leave things up to fate a little bit. Miami Boyz Miracle Mr. Afro-Rican - Sex And Fun Here was the moment of truth, but it would take some thinking out of the box to get to where they were going. Afro-Rican - Get Up Nonetheless, the group's triumph over struggle is a tale of courage and hard work that shows the power of will cannot be stopped. Afro-Rican - I Got Money This record was again a big local success, and seemed to make a bigger impact commercially, but still did not seem to propel them to the level that they were seeking.
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