Top Definition
Music that is 176/88 BPM electronic dance music dominated by 808 bass lines, minimal synths and B'More inspired vocals.

The genre was created by Dr. Dabs (Mark Sandstorm) & Steezy Nicks with heavy if not all influence from works by Yheti (aka YhetiMaster).

There are a very specific set of rules to making this style of music which help to differentiate it from other genres such as Trap. These rules are as follows and are based off of a general honor system:

- Tempo: 176/88 BPM
- Time limit: 6 Hours
- 808 Bass lines

- Intros and outros should be very minimal and have only drums and a couple samples scattered so as to make DJ'ing simple in any format..
- Ghetto inspired samples and vocals
- Most if not all sounds are Eq'ed so as to not include any bass in the mix which helps to make room for the 808 to ring without interference.
-This style pulls its influences from from Rap, Hip Hop, Drum and Bass, Trap, B'more, House, and ChipTune.
First example of Chirp Music:
"Brolympics" by Dr. Dabs & Steezy Nicks
Released on June 18th, 2012 by 710 Records
by EDM Historian September 01, 2012
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