Welcome to Miami. The beach is bangin'. Ditto the babes of both sexes. And the music is the effing best, bro.
But while the rest of America might want to limit the MIA's music scene to its coked-out clubbers, horny Calle Ocho party crews, and ass-blasting rappers, Dade County has always been rife ... More >>
Miami Bass WarriorsMiami Bass Warriors 12"(Palm Tree Snuff/¿Que Pasa M.I.A.?)You ever stand around and realize that you are completely surrounded by fucking children? Yeah, it happens... that's how old age dawns upon you and it don't matter how cool and with it your little record collection is, ... More >>
The Miami Bass Warriors, a sort of supergroup featuring Otto von Schirach, Debbie D (Avenue D.) Jose el Rey and El Tigre, has been getting the remix treatment courtesy of the Nome and Chris Video of BF GF.MP3: Miami Bass Warriors - "Going Back to Calle Ocho" (the Nome remix) MP3: Miami Bass Warri ... More >>
Video is a few weeks old, but just in case you haven't checked it out, here is a video of the Miami Bass Warriors -- minus Otto Von Schirach who was in Germany during Calle Ocho -- performing their newest track "Bro, That Chick's a Basser." Jose El Rey and El Tigre perform along with the Warriors' ... More >>
Yesterday, we told you that Otto Von Schirach, Jose El Rey and El Tigre, who together form Miami Bass Warriors, would make their small-screen debut on Pitbull's La Esquina on mun2. Their video for (their only song?) "Going Back to Calle Ocho" -- which we're pretty sure is play on Notorious B.I.G.'s ... More >>
Who let these guys on TV all in one night? No clue, but they deserve a gold star for making the evening boob tube schedule just a little bit more full of major LOLs. First up tonight, if you get Mun2 (actually, relatively few people do, so check your cable listings), check out La Esquina, the show ... More >>