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1. Jesse Perez - 90's Hip Hop Mix (Live Vinyl)

Jesse Perez - 90's Hip Hop Mix (Live Vinyl)

A mix I recorded while fuckin around in my studio, using some old jams from my vinyl collection. None of the tracks used contain the word "swag", "yolo" or "patron".

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2. Fake (Out Now On Mr. Nice Guy Records)

Fake (Out Now On Mr. Nice Guy Records)

Out Nov. 11th on @MrNiceGuyRecords

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3. 'This Is America' (Jesse Perez Remix)

'This Is America' (Jesse Perez Remix)

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4. Yoga Queef - 'Taking It Back' (Jesse Perez Edit) [Mr. Nice Guy Records]

Yoga Queef - 'Taking It Back' (Jesse Perez Edit) [Mr. Nice Guy Records]

Out now on Mr. Nice Guy Records Beatport Link: http://btprt.dj/2kbaob2 Traxsource Link: http://bit.ly/2kctMjj

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5. Jesse Perez - What You Say Bout My Momma (Original Mix) (Edible)

Jesse Perez - What You Say Bout My Momma (Original Mix) (Edible)

Miami born turntablelist & producer, Jesse Perez, throws down a booty shaking killer house jam for Edible’s fourth release. “What You Say About My Momma” has been ripping up dancefloors for months since landing in Eats Everything’s hands, so it’s a welcome release on the label, backed with a deadly remix from Truncate. On the Original Mix, Perez grinds out a funky and low-slung groove, its memorable vocal hook looping and chopping from side to side as the raw MPC beats and sub bass weave their magic. Truncate brings his no nonsense and direct approach on the remix, carving out a Dance Mania style drum workout over the cut up vox (think Robert Armani meets Armand Van Helden). Truncate has been a hugely dependable producer for yonks via his trax on his own Truncate label as well as mixes for Jimmy Edgar, Shlomi Aber and KiNK, and he does not disappoint here. Perez wraps up the EP with ‘Boogie Down Brown’, another slab of funk laden house goodness, blending high tension strings and rolling drums to great effect. Perez has been firing out infectious house jams for labels like BPitch, DJ Sneak’s I’m A House Gangster and Hot Creations, for some time now, as well as working his own label Mr. Nice Guy, so it’s a welcome addition to the Edible roster for Jesse Perez.

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6. IAHG LIVE06 | Todd Terry, Felix Da Housecat, Harry Romero, Joeski & Jesse Perez | MIAMI 2015

IAHG LIVE06 | Todd Terry, Felix Da Housecat, Harry Romero, Joeski & Jesse Perez  | MIAMI 2015

I'M A HOUSE GANGSTER Live brings you an epic set from Miami 2015.

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7. Jesse Perez - Calm It Down [Out Now On Mr. Nice Guy Records]

Jesse Perez - Calm It Down [Out Now On Mr. Nice Guy Records]

Check out the full release here: http://www.traxsource.com/title/575616/after-school-special-vol-3 http://classic.beatport.com/release/after-school-special-vol-3/1700647

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8. What You Say Bout My Momma (Truncate Mix)

  • Published: 2016-05-11T00:57:47Z
  • By Truncate
What You Say Bout My Momma (Truncate Mix)

Out now on vinyl http://www.juno.co.uk/products/jesse-perez-what-you-say-bout-my/610072-01/ Digital out now! https://www.beatport.com/release/what-you-say-about-my-momma/1773225

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9. Jesse Perez - "Supathicknjuicy" (Out Now)

Jesse Perez -

Remember that song you heard at that pool party and no one knew it's name. Well, here you go buddy!

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10. Jesse Perez - What You Say About My Momma (Original) (EDIBLE004) [clip]

Jesse Perez - What You Say About My Momma (Original) (EDIBLE004) [clip]

Miami born turntablelist & producer, Jesse Perez, throws down a booty shaking killer house jam for Edible’s fourth release. “What You Say About My Momma” has been ripping up dancefloors for months since landing in Eats Everything’s hands, so it’s a welcome release on the label, backed with a deadly remix from Truncate. On the Original Mix, Perez grinds out a funky and low-slung groove, its memorable vocal hook looping and chopping from side to side as the raw MPC beats and sub bass weave their magic. Truncate brings his no nonsense and direct approach on the remix, carving out a Dance Mania style drum workout over the cut up vox (think Robert Armani meets Armand Van Helden). Truncate has been a hugely dependable producer for yonks via his trax on his own Truncate label as well as mixes for Jimmy Edgar, Shlomi Aber and KiNK, and he does not disappoint here. Perez wraps up the EP with ‘Boogie Down Brown’, another slab of funk laden house goodness, blending high tension strings and rolling drums to great effect. Perez has been firing out infectious house jams for labels like BPitch, DJ Sneak’s I’m A House Gangster and Hot Creations, for some time now, as well as working his own label Mr. Nice Guy, so it’s a welcome addition to the Edible roster for Jesse Perez.

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11. JESSE PEREZ | GANGSTERCAST 28

JESSE PEREZ | GANGSTERCAST 28

“I gathered about 50 tracks that I considered for the mix and then hand picked each one while watching ass clapping videos on YouTube. If the track flowed with the jiggle motion that I was watching on my laptop, I'd throw it in the crate that would then be used for the mix.” And with that fine introduction from the man himself we present Jesse Perez on the Gangstercast. Legend tells it that Jesse was born in a rundown motel in Little Havana (a small Latin neighbourhood in Miami) just minutes after being conceived. Son to a local pimp (who is oddly 10 years older than Jesse), Jesse was exposed to the art of Slangin' D as a young boy. His mother, who at that time was a stage dancer for a popular local rap group called the "2 Live Crew", would work many shows for these artists and would sneak Jesse in as often as she could. Jesse's first exposure to Bass Music and Ass Clapping made a huge impression on him. His influences dominate his take on being a House Gangster, “It's hard to describe it in one way. I think there are many different interpretations of it. Mine is "if it don't make that ass shake,it aint gangster". Its the last of the Mohicans. A movement of those who still do things because their passionate about it. Nothing short of that. “ On his mix, he adds. “I think this mix shows how I, as an artist, like to play House and bass records from a hip hop djs point of view. This mix showcases different styles of music, as well as technical things like scratching and transitioning through different genres. I have a bad case of A.D.D, so I can't play one sound for a long period of time. I like how a couple of the mixes are a pinch off beat. It just sounds natural to me. Everyone does these ableton mixes, it loses that real feeling. This mix is like buying a souvenir that was hand made. It has some imperfections but its awesome the way it is.” Subscribe to the Gangstercast with iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/im-house-gangster-presents/id591840686 http://www.imahousegangster.com http://www.facebook.com/imahousegangster http://www.beatport.com/label/im-a-house-gangster http://www.youtube.com/user/housegangstertv http://www.twitter.com/imhousegangster

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12. Jesse Perez VS DJ Mind-X 'Never Talk To Aliens'

  • Published: 2018-03-22T16:58:21Z
  • By DFTD
Jesse Perez VS DJ Mind-X 'Never Talk To Aliens'

Jesse Perez and DJ Mind-X go head to head on a new deep house rendition of the 1998 trance track ‘Never Talk To Aliens’. Producer DJ Mind-X formerly released the record under Energetic Records, a trance specialist label based in Switzerland. This fresh version sees the tempo slowed down, still preserving the track’s 90s trance qualities with its sultry looped spoken vocals and hypnotic melody. Miami house producer Jesse Perez works his magic on the track with a bouncy body-jerking beat typical of his signature bass-heavy sound. This revamp presents a trance-infused track with a lot of mesmerising groove that might just get you talking to aliens…

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13. Jesse Perez VS DJ Mind-X - Never Talk To Aliens (March 2018)

  • Published: 2018-05-31T03:37:05Z
  • By DJ
Jesse Perez VS DJ Mind-X - Never Talk To Aliens (March 2018)

Jesse Perez and DJ Mind-X go head to head on a new deep house rendition of the 1998 trance track ‘Never Talk To Aliens’. Producer DJ Mind-X formerly released the record under Energetic Records, a trance specialist label based in Switzerland. This fresh version sees the tempo slowed down, still preserving the track’s 90s trance qualities with its sultry looped spoken vocals and hypnotic melody. Miami house producer Jesse Perez works his magic on the track with a bouncy body-jerking beat typical of his signature bass-heavy sound. This revamp presents a trance-infused track with a lot of mesmerising groove that might just get you talking to aliens…

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14. Jesse Perez - Fake (Steve Lawler's Fakin' It Remix)

Jesse Perez - Fake (Steve Lawler's Fakin' It Remix)

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15. Jesse Perez -The One Two Checka

  • Published: 2016-04-18T15:38:58Z
  • By BPitch
Jesse Perez -The One Two Checka

BPC323 Jesse Perez - Cell Phones Release date Beatport: 14.5.2016 Release date: 27.5.2016 BPitch Control loves such strong and independent characters like Jesse Perez. The American label boss of Mr. Nice Guy Records embodies the modern old-school by blending Booty House with Miami Bass into this lascivious sound he calls Bump-N-Grind. After his „THOT EP“ from 2015, we’re happy the „dirty mastermind“ is back with another EP on BPitch Control. And „Cell Phones“ proves once again why Jesse Perez represents the real street sound of Miami. Its title track starts with his hip-hop drive of massive bass and even richer percussion, although „Cell Phones“ isn’t meant as a tribute to the technical progress rather than spreading a hedonistic message. Using the words of West Coast icon Egyptian Lover, they’re recalling that mobile phones don’t belong on the dance floor – all that matters is the very moment, the here and now. „Double Is Good, Triple Is Better" continues to unfold this back-to-the-roots feeling when Perez samples the old funk track „Double Dutch Bus“, which established the izz slang and radiates the old day’s block party vibe. „Twerk Machine“ and „The One Two Checka“ on the B-side get to the heart of his multifaceted talents: Jesse Perez established a bootylicious house sound that integrates breakbeats and interspersed vocal samples as well as electro-infected tunes and his unique style of vintage dance floor soul. True Underground Spirit!

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16. Jesse Perez - Daddy

Jesse Perez - Daddy

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17. 1. Jesse Perez - "THOT" (Out on Bpitch Control Records)

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Jesse Perez not only published already on labels such as I'm A House Gangster and Hot Creations, on his own imprint Mr. Nice Guy Records the man from Miami released stuff with titles like "This Hoe Gonna Get Some Dick“ or "Slangin' That D“. Damn right, the American producer and DJ call a spade a spade and is following his own style since several years now. After he returned Ellen Aliens "The Kiss“ (BPC265) with a Caribbean-tinged remix last year, Perez will debut with his first "THOT EP“ on BPitch Control. Perez himself calls his style Bump-N-Grind. And the title track shows already why: "THOT“ is one of those perfect Miami tracks with a wicked bass line and lots of old school driven hip-hop attitude, to which you can actually dance pretty contagious. Just as "Divine Intoxication“. Here a circular bass line moves around with a lascivious verve while Perez demonstrates his passion for direct percussion and nasty rhythms. The melodic addition isn’t new to his game, but a hallmark of his productions. The last track "Bukkake Challenge“ closes the EP not only with some animal madness – in the true sense of the word – but reinforces once again why Perez’ productions are the perfect choice for people who listen to hip-hop and also enjoying House Music. Shake It Don’t Break It! Facebook.com/jesseperezmusic Twitter: @djjesseperez Instagram: @jesseperez305

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