SummaryEmynd (pronounced "E-Mind") and Bo Bliz are a Philadelphia-based DJ and production duo that have made their mark by successfully producing an extremely wide variety of club-crushing anthems that range in style from Baltimore Club, New Orleans Bounce, House, and Old School Electro/Bass to traditional Hip-Hop production work with a variety of MCs. They have traveled extensively showcasing their talents and, most notably, make up two thirds (with Dan the Swede) of Philly's now-defunct legendary party "White Ts & White Belts," boasting an impressive line up of performing guests from DJs like Diplo, Low Budget, Scottie B, and Blaqstarr to major rappers like Freeway, Peedi Crakk, and Beanie Sigel.
Gaining support from a motley collection of DJs over the last several years, Emynd and Bo Bliz's songs have become staples on the set lists of some of the most respected and celebrated DJs on earth. From this record alone, Diplo, Scottie B, and recently departed Bmore Club superstar K-Swift (RIP) have been spinning Emynd's "Rock This Park" for the last several months, while Annie Mac has been playing Emynd's "Hangin On" ever since she mysteriously got her hands on a copy of the unmixed and unmastered mp3's several years ago. "To All My Haters" was recently released digitally and was such a boisterous anthem that Flamin Hotz absolutely insisted that the song be on this record. And Bo Bliz' tracks are just as hard-hitting and far-reaching with "APW," showcasing his continued obsession with the violent Bmore sound with its menacing strings and synth stabs while "Stick 'Em Up" features chopped drums, stuttering samples, a murderous bassline, and Ludacris's indisputable command to "put your hands where I can see em!" The Crossfaded Bacon EP is an essential DJ tool and features 8 tracks all guaranteed to satisfy even the most fickle crowd. With its deluxe packaging and limited pressing, it won't be around forever so pick it up now before it's gone.