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Ghost Town DJs

About Ghost Town DJs

Ghost Town DJs essentially existed in the vacuous, anonymous realm their name seems to suggest until they stumbled upon a way to make the world take notice. Instead of churning out more of their bass-heavy, jiggling, Miami-inspired music, or reaching further back in time to glorify early hip-hop with "Planet Rock"-inspired retro-future gazing, they opted for a new formula: pair off throbbing bass with antique beats and R&B vocals. It worked, and "My Boo" (1996) became a single that was as catchy as the common cold. Their specialty, however, remains catering to those with big woofers and an insatiable appetite for bass.

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Ghost Town DJs

Ghost Town DJs essentially existed in the vacuous, anonymous realm their name seems to suggest until they stumbled upon a way to make the world take notice. Instead of churning out more of their bass-heavy, jiggling, Miami-inspired music, or reaching further back in time to glorify early hip-hop with "Planet Rock"-inspired retro-future gazing, they opted for a new formula: pair off throbbing bass with antique beats and R&B vocals. It worked, and "My Boo" (1996) became a single that was as catchy as the common cold. Their specialty, however, remains catering to those with big woofers and an insatiable appetite for bass.

About Ghost Town DJs

Ghost Town DJs essentially existed in the vacuous, anonymous realm their name seems to suggest until they stumbled upon a way to make the world take notice. Instead of churning out more of their bass-heavy, jiggling, Miami-inspired music, or reaching further back in time to glorify early hip-hop with "Planet Rock"-inspired retro-future gazing, they opted for a new formula: pair off throbbing bass with antique beats and R&B vocals. It worked, and "My Boo" (1996) became a single that was as catchy as the common cold. Their specialty, however, remains catering to those with big woofers and an insatiable appetite for bass.

About Ghost Town DJs

Ghost Town DJs essentially existed in the vacuous, anonymous realm their name seems to suggest until they stumbled upon a way to make the world take notice. Instead of churning out more of their bass-heavy, jiggling, Miami-inspired music, or reaching further back in time to glorify early hip-hop with "Planet Rock"-inspired retro-future gazing, they opted for a new formula: pair off throbbing bass with antique beats and R&B vocals. It worked, and "My Boo" (1996) became a single that was as catchy as the common cold. Their specialty, however, remains catering to those with big woofers and an insatiable appetite for bass.