Tracklist: 1. It’s Star Time, 2. Last Person To F–k With, 3. Magic’s Funky Jeep Beats, 4. Keep It Goin’ Now, 5. Fury Who?, 6. Magic & Bartell, 7. Feel The Beat, 8. Rhyme After Rhyme, 9. Past And Present Times Of A Black Man, 10. Magic’s Cuttin’ Up!, 11. To The Fans II, 12. Do You Like Bass II, 13. 20 Degrees Of Bass, 14. Get Wicked, 15. Bass Check I, 16. Magic’s Machine 17. Prelude To The Years, 18. Through The Years, 19. This Is How It Should Be Done, 20. 2 For The Bass, 21. Royal Brothers In The House.
Those led to a full-length album in 1989 entitled "DJ Magic Mike and The Royal Posse", which featured many guest crews and rappers all based on his production and turntable antics. His following album Bass is the Name of the Game in 1990 saw the Miami Bass genre reach a zenith both creatively and commercially. Much like most other Miami Bass producers, Magic Mike's music was never exclusively Miami Bass, but also aimed for the traditional Hip-Hop market . This Is How It Should Be Done.
DJ Magic Mike, the breakthrough bass producer after 2 Live Crew, was the music's most crucial recording artist. Mike's breakthrough LP, Ain't No Doubt About It, appeared in 1992, followed by the release of two LPs on the same day in late March; both Bass: The Final Frontier and This Is How It Should Be Done charted, and the former went gold. Although his recording schedule continued apace during the mid-'90s (and the number of his full-length releases climbed into the double digits), fewer of his LPs charted.
Dj Magic Mike songs download, free online mp3 listen. DJ Magic Mike & MC Madness - Slow Draggin. album: Ain't No Doubt About It. DJ Magic Mike & MC Madness - Abracadabra. Represent. album: House of Magic. album: Back to Haunt You. DJ Magic Mike & MC Madness - Sgt. Fester. DJ Magic Mike & MC Madness - Just Cruisin. It's Star Time. album: Bass Is How It Should Be Done. Magic's Funky Jeep Beats.
Magic Mike made his debut in the world of Miami Bass productions when he met Miami based producer/rapper Rod Whitehead (of Pryme Tyme fame) in 1986. This resulted in his first recorded work, Boot the Booty.