The intro is the crowd's introduction to the dancer. My stage name is 12play. The intro I have snippets from 2/3 of the R. Kelly's first 12 Play Albums; (XII play, TP2.com and TP3: Reloaded). The melody is synced in story mode with familiar quotes that gets the crowd reflecting about the infamous "King of R&B".
Next is the walkout. The walkout in most urban dancer's mind set, is the most important part of the music mix. The walkout is a DJ or postproduction remake of a song that expresses the personality of the dancer or the theme that the dancer is trying to portray. A walkout can be any song in any genre, and it can be as short as 90 seconds or as long as 8 minutes.
Afterwards is the jam session. This is the party of the mix where are the upbeat music takes place. It can arrange from contemporary to retro music. The main key is that the tunes have to be relatable and instantly catchy to the audience's ear.
Lastly is the slow. The slow is the finale piece or final song of the track. This song is used for the largest stunt or prop that the adult entertainer uses to win the crowd over.
My secret weapon is a segment called the taste. I usually use it between the walkout and the jam session or after my jam session leading into the slow session. I usually insert this during my set to give a small preview of what to expect at the end. Just to build anticipation for the upcoming final act.
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