Nothing is worse than seeing a jam play some beats made by your cousin to avoid copyright issues.
Music that’s always at a high BPM can sometimes make an event feel more like a rave than a jam. I’ve been missing the soul that keeps the essence of breaking alive.
I spoke with Amjad ($7 Crew) about his opinion on copyright music and what DJs could do to stop boring music at jams. He talks about:
- Playing a whole song to bring out the playfulness of a dancer
- How a higher BPM doesn’t mean it’s a hype break
- Why fresh breaking needs fresh music