The "Harlem Shake" is the most inexplicably awesome thing to hit the internet since Paula Deen was riding things. And now, the hip-pumping, shoulder-shaking, wiggleriffic dance craze is lending itself to a good cause. Salt Life Food Shack and the Barefoot Children of Fort Lauderdale Parrot Head Clu ... More >>
With local band Fusik, veteran b-boys revive old-school rhythms.
Guantánamo Bay has gotta go!
FusikTuesday, November 25Mix Ultra Lounge, HollywoodConsidering that there aren't many places for hip-hop culture to truly thrive in South Florida, it's no surprise that folks are starting to cross county lines to check out Mix Ultra Lounge on Tuesday nights.The semi-upscale martini bar seems like i ... More >>
Over the weekend, the hip-hop community was hit with sad news. Early '90s rapper MC Breed died in his sleep, only two months after being released from an Atlanta hospital for kidney failure. He was just 36 years old. The official cause of death is still pending. It's a death that caught a lot of ... More >>
Rahsaan dishes out rhymes that stick
Helmet? Check. Cardboard? Check. Plan for world domination through break dancing? Double check.
Hip-hop pioneer DJ Jazzy Jay keeps it real
The Audience's Listening (Warner Bros.)
Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, and Biz Markie
Things Go Better with RJ and AL (Rhymesayers)
Magnificent City (Decon Inc.)
Def Jux reasserts its status as this decade's most important hip-hop label
B-boys break through West Palm
Hell's Winter (Def Jux)
Hip-hop, clowns, and war dances meet on the street in Rize
Drums of Death (Thirsty Ear)
My Mother and Father Were Astronauts (Counterflow)
What can holy hip-hop offer a gangsta?
The b-boys in Broward's Unique Styles Crew break it off
Just follow the sound of ca-ching as MTV invades a college campus near you
These DJs bring something to the table(s)
Miami's Speedy Legs continues breaking without borders
Art or Vandalism? Either way, for graffiti artists, it's all about getting your name out there.
DJ pioneer Rob Swift of the X-ecutioners turntable crew isn't just spinning his wheels
"Back to the Eighties II"