Miami G Sleazy GRob Made‘s ever-impressive Sleazy G imprint and “Sleazy crew” proves once again why they’re at the forefront of the explosive G-house music scene with their new Miami G Compilation that came out yesterday. Featuring some brand new heat mixed in with some previously released tracks, mix master Rob Made did an incredible job compiling 17 cuts that encompass the party-starting nature of gangsta house.

Starting things off on the right foot, Vanilla Ace provides two synth-heavy tracks that are perfect for the perpetual sunshine of Miami that were released back in March. Both “Twelve Play” and “Go Down Baby” give off that infectious pool party vibe that’s impossible to sit still to. Daniel Fernandes and Heartlybeats give off a more gritty feel with their track “Gotta Get It,” featuring a prominent and playful bassline and perfectly-chopped vocals. “Crash The Party” from veterans Rod B and Re Dupre takes the listener to a dark, smoke-filled room with more of an after hours vibe to it that’s ready to unleash on a late night dance floor. Newcomer Nature Sun really takes things up a notch with his track “Gangsta Shit” in my opinion. Featuring a vicious jackin’ house-styled bassline, and the unmistakable KRS-1 vocal sample, Nature Sun really impressed me with this one. Ania Iwinska‘s “Outlaw,” which was released earlier this year on Sleazy G’s Bangerz Vol. 1 takes N.E.R.D.‘s original hit and gives it a sun-bathed G-house vibe to it. Throwing things back even further, Kinree provides a funky-yet-dark twist on an old school hip-hop classic in “So Kool,” which is filled with a nostalgic Tag Team sample. “Westside Connection” from Shiba San was in the sophomore release from Sleazy G, but still has that laid back but club-ready feeling to it, whereas Shiba San’s remix of Sirus Hood‘s “Bad Boy” is perfect for the peak-set moments as it’s guaranteed to get those asses shaking. “Thee Train” from one of my favorite rising acts, Thee Cool Cats, is a trippy yet high-energy track that has all the elements for a perfect late-night warehouse heater. Frequent collaborators Torha and Earstrip have killed it once again with their driving and bouncy track “Y’all Buzzin,” offering up a great peak-set song. “Lost” from Amine Edge & Dance was one of the standout tracks from Sleazy G’s inaugural release, and it continues to blow me away today. This is one of those tracks that is universally loved by every crowd and always gets a sing-along while you dish out some heavy bass. Cucumbers‘ “Rockit” was also on Bangerz Vol. 1, but it pops off! Sounding like a souped-up version of Herbie Hancock‘s original, this one is definitely ready for the clubs. DISTRKT provides another great late-night track with “What U Wan” that breaks down into a mental bass-heavy party-starter. “Tha Hood!” from label-owner Rob Made is simply an awesome track that gets the dance floor going. Featuring an exotic horn sample, Snoop Dogg‘s unmistakeable voice, and a tantalizing bassline, this track encompasses everything that’s great in the G-house scene. Rob Made’s “Hot Stuff!” continues the party vibe with a bouncy bass, awesome vocal chops, and funky highs. Closing out the compilation is Tapesh and Dayne S‘s “Motel,” which features an awesome guitar riff mixed perfectly with growling bass and nostalgic vocals.

All in all, this album is simply a must-buy for any G-house fan. Be sure to follow the Sleazy G and  Sleazy Deep imprints on Facebook, Twitter, and SoundCloud, and keep your eyes peeled for Sleazy Deep‘s upcoming Miami Sleaze Vol. 2 compilation due out April 28th, I promise it will be HOT!!!

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