The formula for a Hard festival isn't complicated. Have good music. Book both new artists and longtime favorites. Provide a dance floor. Get a good sound system. And you’ve got yourself a show. “It sound pretty basic and simple, but it works,” say...
It’s hard to be a band in Miami. In fact, in Miami, it’s hard to be anything other than a rapper or a hip-hop crew. Because that’s what this city caters to, at least for right now. These are the facts, the realities, so to speak, of living at the...
On Sunday, Carol City rapper, Lil Champ FWAY, headed to the stinky and smoky trade show known as Cannabis Cup in Denver, Colorado, to usher in the unofficial stoner holiday, 4/20. Before surrendering himself to the hazy interiors of Denver Mart, h...
6 years ago | Art
Phillip Pessar's Flickr stream reads like a love letter to Miami. In roughly 9,600 photos, it tells the story of South Florida's ever-changing architectural landscape.
David Macklovitch is almost naked during our interview. Unfortunately, it's over the phone. "Yeah, I'm walking around in my underpants, trying to figure out what jeans I'm going to wear," says the 36-year-old musician, also known as Dave 1, who ma...
6 years ago | Lists
Crews are the backbone of rap and hip-hop. Sure, you can be a solitary rapper, but there's strength in numbers, and who doesn't want a gaggle of talented homies to have his back? Rap and hip-hop has been around since the '70's, so crews are no new...