Miami Bass' Ten Best Producers and Musicians
10 and 9. Billy Hines and Frank Cornelius
"He was involved with 4 Sight Records with MC ADE, who was also his son, Adrian Hines. They did 'Bass Rock Express.' Billy was a really nice guy. We distributed his records, and we made records with him. Just a cool, down-to-earth guy. He was with Frank Cornelius and those guys. Frank Cornelius was involved in engineering a lot of those early bass records too. I knew Billy well, and he would do stuff with me at a couple of the studios we had, but he did a lot of his own things also. He had his own record shop and his label up there in Fort Lauderdale."
8. Eric Griffin
"He had a couple real good records. He was a good guy. Dynamix II was the group he had with Norberto Morales. Their label was Bass Station Records. And they did 'Give The DJ a Break.' He also worked a lot with Dimples Tee. He died unfortunately. I think he got shot up in Atlanta in the middle 1990s."
7. James McCauley
"He went by Maggotron. He started with us in the '90s. He was an interesting white guy. Loved that bass music. He was good. I used to use a lot of pseudonyms on all my projects. He posted something recently on Facebook calling me Joe _____ ... You can fill in the blank. Funny guy."
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