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Miami Dubstep Duo Caligula Remixes Rick Ross's "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)"

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If you were at Eve a couple Saturdays ago for Jakwob's U.S. tour kickoff, then you might have caught a set from Miami's own Caligula.

The Overthrow-affiliated dubstep duo reps our city heavy in the Rick Ross "B.M.F. (Blowin' Money Fast)" remix they produced last year. It sounds like cocaine and cell phones going through a blender in a Chevy running red lights through downtown at the break of dawn.

See the cut for Caligula's version of "BMF" and a video by Emerson Rosenthal.

B.M.F. (Caligula Remix) - Rick Ross from Emerson Rosenthal on Vimeo.

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