Go-Go was a bass-heavy, funky variation of hip-hop that was designed for house parties. Lyrically, there was little of substance in go-go, but the main message was the beat, not the words. During the mid-'80s, go-go was quite popular within the rap and R&B underground, particularly around the DC area where it originated, but it never became a pop success; the closest it came to a crossover hit was in 1988, when EU -- along with Trouble Funk, the definitive go-go band -- had a moderate hit with "Da Butt," taken from Spike Lee's School Daze. During the late '80s and early '90s, go-go was supplanted by Miami bass music, which took the groove-oriented aesthetic of go-go, turned up the bass, and ...
Dubstep, Hip-Hop, Go-Go type Urban and party track with ultra cool beat. Lots of swagga and attitude in this track. For totally rocking video games, urban stories, club hopping, gangsta type scripts. Extremely catchy track. Instrumental, Hip Hop Music, Go-Go
Driving and Dubstep Hip-Hop Go-Go type party track with an ultra cool beat. Terrific for party scenes, video games, gangsta stories, and all sorts of other dramatic and comedic uses. Attitude and swagga to the max. Instrumental, Hip Hop Music, Go-Go