Since 2006 Miami's Webbz has worked with Rick Ross, Flo Rida, and Gunplay. And though he's always proud of his friends' triumphs, it can still get a little frustrating when everyone around you seems to be enjoying great success. Especially if you're still considered "an up-and-comer." But even i ... More >>
Valentine's Day really blows. If you're single, lovey-dovey shit will be rubbed in your face at every turn. And if you're not single, you've got to come up with some kind of sappy, cheesy display of affection or else end up in the dog house. And why? Because Hallmark and the damn chocolate compan ... More >>
Black Star's Mos Def and Talib Kweli With Jay Rock, Black Bobby, and DJ D-Up Presented by Rock the Bells Fillmore Miami Beach Tuesday, September 27, 2011 Better Than: Most Tuesdays on God's great spaceship, Earth. Time travel can be a really good time. Especially when you're talking about takin ... More >>
Chef Sean BernalLocals would be hard-pressed to find anyone more downright passionate about seafood. Ask executive chef/operating partner Sean Bernal from The Oceanaire Seafood Room in Mary Brickell Village about anything with scales, fins, or claws and he has an encyclopedic knowledge. And ... More >>
Image Courtesy of: C. StilesMiami New Times columnist and Miami bass legend Luther "Luke" Campbell will be honored at this year's rendition of the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors, along with the group he made history with: the 2 Live Crew. The awards show will be taped on June 3rd, and then will air on June ... More >>
photo by William HernandezGang Starr headlining the 2003 Soulfrito Festival in Miami. My first memory of Gang Starr, the legendary duo of MC Guru and DJ Premier, comes from mid- to late 1992. I was living in Colombia and had a friend with a satellite TV who recorded hip-hop videos from BET's Rap ... More >>
To understand up-and-coming MC Termanology's commitment to the golden age of hip-hop, just take a look at the production credits on his new album, Time Machine. It's enough to make you cry: the Alchemist, Large Professor, Pete Rock, and even the untouchable DJ Premier all lend beats to this sophom ... More >>
The hip-hop heavy marks a year of Exposure.
Karu & Y's resident battle champ.
I Predict a Riot (Rawkus/Soul Spazm)
Jazzmatazz, Vol. 4 (7 Grand)
MC, community activist, and Kendall native, Brimstone is serious about the history of Miami's hip-hop culture
True by Design (www.futurejazzproject.com)
DJ-Kicks: The Exclusives (!K7)
Version 7.0: The Street Scriptures (Seven Grand)
Will hip-hop studio king of the world Timbaland someday be Mr. Universe?
An Evening With the Sound Providers (ABB)
Has the Bob Marley Festival lost some of its spark?
Wrekonize may have won MTV's latest MC Battle, but he's still looking for a little respect
Latin beats meet downtown chic
Clubbed is on a quest, but does he really want what he's looking for?
Rastas and b-boys find common ground in Marley's legacy
Miami scenesters sound off
DMC champ DJ Craze is still Miami's favorite