"Miami bass is the ghetto-style hip-hop that came out of Miami," says DJ Jerry Pulles. From 1989 to 1994, he drove a van loaded with speakers and records from Miami Lakes to Hialeah to Carol City, playing house parties for his friends from American High. Later, he took a full-time job on Spanish ra ... More >>
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