Even 25 years later, echoes of Miami freestyle's powerful influence can still be heard on the radio, in the clubs, and in the electronic dance music that's dominating today's music industry. During the mid '80s and early '90s, freestyle boomed from Miami's wildly creative and prolific scene. But th ... More >>
Before Luther Campbell was Uncle Luke, he was Luke Skyywalker. But George Lucas sued him for violating copyright. And that's how the nasty boy went from car wars to Star Wars. The Lucas lawsuit was just the beginning of his infamy. Soon, Miami bass became the trunk rattle heard 'round the world. I ... More >>
Michael McElroyLuke promises a tax on that bouncing booty!You know Uncle Luke is the true front runner when even the New Yorkers are telling Miami-Dade voters to elect him county mayor. New York magazine officially joined the movement today." Writer Amos Barshad notes "it doesn't take a friggin' ... More >>
There was a time when Liberty City's 15th Avenue was a hotbed for block parties DJed by the likes of Luke Skyywalker, Bo the Lover, and the Funky Fours. Harry Reese, president and CEO of Jesus Team Sports Inc., told us about his days growing up in that era and how being a leader and not a followe ... More >>
The Miami Dolphins are for sale to the highest musical bidders. Gloria Estefan and Marc Anthony have both recently bought minority shares of the franchise, leaving us all wondering: Who's next? We've compiled a list of 10 most wanted musicians with a tie to Miami who would be great partial owners ... More >>
Shepard Fairey, the graffiti artist behind that highly stylized Obama poster you saw just about everywhere last year is preemptively suing the Associated Press. The image he used as the basis for the poster was an AP stock photo, and the AP wanted recognition and money in return. So Fairey is taking ... More >>
DJ Jazzy Jeff and Biz Markie splash down at the Shelborne Hotel's Sunday pool party.
Bass Mekanik breaks beats and windows
Express success means don't leave home without busting a move
When Richard Griffin, of Public Enemy fame, was interviewed on May 9, 1989, he was quoted as saying, among other things, that "Jews have a grip on America" and that they "have a history of killing black men"