In the Miami of the early Nineties, the hip-hop scene that existed apart from bass music and Uncle Luke wasn't large, but it did encompass a young, earnest, and close-knit community. Many artists were either too young or didn't have enough clout to land shows at local venues, but there was one spot where aspiring MCs could go without laminating fake IDs or worrying about the dress code. That was the Zoo, an erstwhile club... More >>>