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Performer: M.C. Madness
Genre: Hip hop
Album: Drop The Bass (Death Of A Basshead)
Released: 1994
Style: Bass Music
MP3 version ZIP size: 1747 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1524 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1506 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 743

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Prelude To Bass 1:48
2 Once Upon A Time 3:32
3 Madness Is On The Mike 3:17
4 Drop The Bass (Miami) 4:19
5 Let's Take It To The Motel 3:18
6 Don't Touch Them Dirty Hoes
Featuring – Konyak
7 Let The Bass Go 3:36
8 Come Get This Money Honey 3:24
9 Back In The Day Of Base
Featuring – Konyak
10 Drop The Bass (Atlanta) 3:56
11 Happy As Can Gee
Featuring – Konyak
12 Madness Speak To Ya' 0:46
13 Fake Is The Name Of The Game (Wanna G's)
Featuring – Drum Major , Konyak
14 Peace To My G's 1:54

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Ichiban Records
  • Recorded At – ARS Studios
  • Published By – Gibbs Street Publishing


  • Engineer, Mixed By – Tin-Man
  • Executive-Producer – Toneye Brown*
  • Producer – Booty Clappers, Drum Major , Jolly Stompers

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 019011-4193-29

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BER-4193-4 MC. Madness* Drop The Bass (Death Of A Basshead) ‎(Cass, Album) Black Eye Records BER-4193-4 US 1994

This album to me is great and sad at the same time. As far as the bass and beats go it is one of the greatest that the "Miami Bass" genre has to offer. Also, MC Madness is at the top of his game here. The sad thing is that it also represents the end of an era... By this time when you went to a record store the "Miami Bass" section was flooded with these Car Audio BASS CDs that had no lyrics and whose only purpose was to make your Speakers Boom!! Don't get me wrong I bought those CDS too... they made my four 12s hit endlessly! I just feel that those type of CDs are what killed off Miami Bass. Also, I always felt that if this album would have had a better cover it would have sold better. Another thing sad about this time was all of a sudden every Rapper in the south was a gangster that had beef with other rappers. A far cry from the good ole days. I still enjoy listening to this CD. As far as Im' concerned "Madness is on the Mike" still! I always wondered why he never came out with another album after this one?