Say it ain't so, papo. A year and a half ago, DJ Laz, a Latin booty bass pioneer and 22-year radio vet, shocked fans and listeners by abruptly leaving his longtime home at Power 96, "Miami's Party Station." That was April 2012. But less than 30 days later, Laz announced his return to radio as an e ... More >>
See also "DJ Laz Returns to Miami Radio, Romance 106.7 Becomes Spanglish Party Station." Where the #!@% is DJ Laz? Well, last night, the Pimp With the Limp and his current employer, Spanish Broadcasting System, held a press conference at the Doubletree Grand Hotel's Briza on the Bay to officially ... More >>
After shocking South Florida last month by suddenly resigning from his longtime morning-show gig at Power 96, Latin booty bass pioneer and 22-year radio vet DJ Laz (born Lazaro Mendez) insisted that he was "going to take the boat out for a little while" and spend more time with his family. But the ... More >>
Check out Crossfade's interview with Spanish Broadcasting Systems' Jesus Salas: "DJ Laz 'Needed a Bigger Platform to Grow." Less than a month after DJ Laz "decided to move on and explore other professional opportunities," the "Pimp With the Limp" has announced that he'll be back on the airwaves i ... More >>
Tito's bringing you some bling, blang, and drank.‚ÄčEverybody enjoys free drank, right? Well, Amway North America, a one-time "seller of household cleaner" and current pusher of cosmetics, is getting into the energy drink game with a "sparkling orange" product called XS Naranja Blast that's loaded ... More >>
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