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In the days before ganja, Planet Earth was a boring expanse of mountains, flatlands, and water.
But on the fourth day, there was weed, and it was good, and after 20 hits off the burning bush, man was hungry, and he filled his soul with music.
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Cuban hip-hop flows will never stop flooding Miami's shores.
Take Mr. Haka, who came to the United States around the turn of the millenium, bringing the sounds of Camagüey with him.
In 2004, he released an album titled El Legendario. He achieved regional and international success with it. And he ... More >>
We here in Miami treat our homegrown party boys like kings of the club. And local house head Oscar G wears one of Miami's biggest, shiniest crowns. He's led a thousand wild warehouse orgies at Space, launched Billboard destroyers ("Fired Up" with Ralph Falcon) and underground booty bombs, and rep ... More >>
It's a big week for local masters of Cuban son, Conjunto Progreso. Not only are they celebrating the release of their brand new disc Alive in Miami, but now they have a Best of Miami award to celebrate too, having earned the honor of Best Latin Band this week. The band is large: It's led by ... More >>
cu·bi·che [koo-be-che] - noun1. someone emigrated from Cuba2. derogatory term for a person of Cuban descentFor those of you unfamiliar, that's the definition of the word, as stated in the dictionary... or urbandictionary.com. For what it's worth--Webster, odd ... More >>
You no doubt remember the ultra-cool group Yerba Buena, the kick-ass group founded by producer Andres Levin. Its 2003 debut album, President Alien, earned it a Grammy nod, in part because of the smash success of the band's catchy first single, "Guajira." The group's female vocalist, CuCu Dia ... More >>