Pusha T, Amazin Amie, and Bun B: Picks for Popping Your Midweek Cork at the Club

Every day of the week in Miami is a mandatory party. Why take time off when you got a hot Maserati in the driveway, a case of cold Cristal in the basement, and two used thongs in your pocket?

It's Tuesday. Drive fast 'cause the po-po's snoozing. Pop the cork 'cause it's time for boozing. And get rid of that green 'cause you got too much.

For this week's guide to the club, check the cut.

Pusha T: Starting your week with a lapdance is analogous to starting your day with a healthy breakfast. And if rap master Pusha T makes sure to keep his shit correct, why not you? (Well, besides the fact that your resume does not include "moving weight" and your bank account reads zero.) Tonight, do your body a big favor by hitting up Cameo for some bottle and booty service. Tuesday, September 28. Pusha T hosts Lapdance Tuesdays at Cameo, 1445 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Doors open at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $20 via 786-235-5800;

Amazin Amie: Talking beautiful butts, Miami's favorite blonde booty queen, Amazin Amie, will be backing it up at Dream this Wedneday. If you've never spent some quality time with Ms. Amie, go get a subscription to one of the following mags: Show, Straight Stuntin, Smooth Girl, Black Men SSX, Hip Hop Weekly, or Urban Ink. And check out the vid for Rick Ross's "Yacht Club" with Triple C's and Magazeen. The butt don't lie. Wednesday, September 29. Amazin Amie hosts Model Mayhem at Dream, 1532 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Doors open at 10 p.m. 305-674-8018;

Bun B: Now, if his latest album Trill OG is any indication, some of ex-UGK killer Bernard Freeman's favorite hobbies are "Countin' Money," "Ridin' Slow," and "Let[ting] Em Know." Kinda sounds like a day in the life of a senior citizen, huh? That said, Bun is only 37 years old, so he's old-school, but he ain't ready for the retirement home. Grab you meds and go put it down with the Trillionaire. Thursday, September 30. Bun B hosts In the Studio at Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. Doors open at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $20 via 305-695-8411;

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