Strip clubs across the country (if not the world) owe the city of Miami a lap dance. Had it not been for our late-'80s and early-'90s bass, pole dancers might have never learned to show us that "Tootsee Roll" or how to bust the "Kitty Kitty." During booty music's most fertile era, a few Miami bassers from Jacksonville, collectively known as the 69 Boyz, wrote some of the genre's most popular tunes for deep dippin' and heavy slidin'. By April 1995, the crew's... More >>>