Footwork originator RP Boo, Chicago crew member Heavee and Teklife first lady Ashes57 join DJ Earl on our monthly survey of 160 BPM mayhem, with interviews, mixes and exclusives.
In the first part of this episode of Teklife’s monthly two-hour show, DJ Earl is joined by his childhood friend and core crew member Heavee, a security guard by …
It's time for another two hours of 160-BPM insanity on this episode of Teklife's monthly show. Keep it locked for exclusive-packed mixes from RP Boo and Heavee, and brand new tracks from DJ Earl and Co.
Explore Funkmaster Flex's Digital Hitz Factory for PlayStation 2 for yourself!
Chicago's Markham skating rink was subject to a criminal investigation earlier this year.
Listen to this FlyLo FM mix from Grant Theft Auto V, featuring DJ Rashad's "Fuck T-Why."
DJ Earl and DJ Paypal recorded "We Get Lit" in Berlin while on tour for his debut LP Open Your Eyes, at their friend and producer Nando's studio.
Find the records Ashes57 talks about here, along with all Teklife Records' upcoming releases, at their website.
RP Boo essentially invented footwork with his uptempo experiment "Baby Come On" in 1997.
Get lifted with the euphoric video for "Bang'n On King Drive," a documentary of the largest and oldest African-American parade in the US.