The rap game is tough. Some might say it's no place for a lady. But those people would be chauvinistic douche popsicles. The truth is it takes a tough lady to top the charts. At the top, it doesn't matter if you're sexy. You're judged by the content of your lyrics and the freak of your flow. Only ... More >>
Much like his previous video, for "The Right," featuring Jean Grae and Wrekonize, DJ I-Dee's latest video is also based on his beloved early 16-bit video games. "Swollen Dome/1991" features another downtempo-ish track (mostly "Swollen Dome," with "1991" just at the end), with just enough scratching, ... More >>
So there's a new mixtape DJ on the prowl in Broward County and she (that's right, I said she) has a deft ear for good music. Her name is Miss Face, and she just released a red-hot digital download called "Face Smusher" which, when you hear these beats drop, will have your face contorting for sure. ... More >>
In this week's issue of the Miami New Times, I talk to DJ I-Dee about his debut full-length original album, Solitude. It's a solid album, but one of its best tracks didn't make it onto the CD, thanks to sample clearance issues. It's called "The Right," and features one of Miami's best MCs, Wrekonize ... More >>
Same as It Never Was (!K7)
It's all in the stars.
Year of the Beast (Definitive Jux)
Shovel away all that Usher, Prince and Lil Jon you've been jamming and dig this year's buried black-music treasures.
Sick of all the glossy, flossy, wack rap bullshit? Then walk in Roosevelt Franklin's shoes
One A.M. (Chocolate Industries)
Here to There "BBE"