A type of house music
that has 130 BPM, influences from R&B
, 80s synths
, and rock
, samples that one wouldn't expect to make a song from, such as President Bush
's stutter in a recent speech of his, and allows people to dance their pain away while inticing fights and moshpits
at the same time. Early examples of Baltimore Club took influence from Miami Booty Bass
and Chicago House, such as "It's Time for The Perculator" and "Too Much Booty in the Pants", while more recent examples exude the aforementioned characteristics.
One can dance to Baltimore Club Music in almost anyway imaginable: a shoulder lean, a snap and a pop, a 1-2 step.
However, two of the most prominent types of dancing for Baltimore Club
Music are the "Crazy Legs" and the "Spongebob
", which can be demonstrated if one searches for "Baltimore Rockin" on Youtube. Dancing to club music is often called "Rockin' Off" or "Shakin' Off".
Note: Baltimore Club Music is a distant cousin to gogo, even though most that listen to BCM dislike gogo calling it, often times, "a waste of six minutes".
Oblivious Clubhopper: "What's that annoying African chant from Michael Jackson stuck on repeat for? I can actually vibe to it now!!!"
Baltimore Club Head: "Oh, that's Baltimore Club Music. And, by the way, it's Mamasay Mamasa Mamacusa. Let me call K-Swift on the 92Q-Lines and request Hands Up, Thumbs Down so I can start rockin' off."