95 South

When you think of Miami Bass Music, one of the names that comes to mind is the multi-Platinum bass duo 95 South. The group, formed by Carlos (Daddy Black) Spencer and Michael (Mike Mike) Phillips are from Jacksonville, Florida and the name is in reference to Interstate 95, which passes through the city. 95 South first hit the scene in 1993 with the smash hit ” Whoot, There It Is” from their debut album “Quad City Knock”.  95 South still had the dance floors full with hits like “Rodeo” (1995), “Tightwork” (2000) and “Wet-N-Wild” (2000).” 95 South is also credited with spawning groups such as 69 Boyz and the Quad City DJ’s. Through the group’s many successes and time invested in the industry, 95 South is still dedicated to making the world move to great, fun dance music with new hits like “Ridin In My Chevy” that are sure to make you move.