Happy day after Super Bowl. Yesterday, the country ate 1.25 million chicken wings. Today, it's wing sauce and blue cheese smoothies. Read on for today's food-related links.1. The National Restaurant Association projects that restaurant sales will grow by 3.5 percent in 2012, with two out of five ... More >>
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn (and to find out who, exactly, guest columnist Brooklyn is), click here. I want to talk about the homeless in downtown around the clubs and how fucking annoying they are. I'm so sick and tired of the begging and everything else. I'm not inse ... More >>
South Florida MC Butta Verses drops gems on his second LP
Rock the Bells returns to Miami with a fresh crop of legends and up-and-comers
ODB's gone, the RZA is absent, yet Wu-Tang Clan still soldiers on
8 Diagrams (Loud/SRC/Universal)
Hip-hop pioneer DJ Jazzy Jay keeps it real
The Best of N.W.A: The Strength of Street Knowledge (Deluxe Edition CD/DVD) (Priority)
2006 Year-End Music Wrap-Up
Maseo, Butta Verses, and Konfident join DJs Immortal, K-N-S, Uti, and Stevie D.
Do You Kung Fu?
Major labels talk a better game than they play.
Fishscale (Island/Def Jam)
You've heard noise before, but you've never heard noise like this.
Think Differently Music: Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture (Babygrande)
Qwerty (Salt of the Earth Recording)
Black Violin goes where hip-hop has never gone before: the orchestra pit
Haven't had enough Wu-Tang merchandise? Now there's a book.
Osirus (Sure Shot)
So Long, Mr. Jones
DJ Cato K discovered his love of dance music amid the din of gunfire
Leaving half-baked cities in its wake
Legend of the Liquid Sword(MCA)
Remedy's hard Jewish rhymes are the cure for what ails the ignorant
DJ Immortal marries classic rock to new-school hip-hop
The W (Loud Records)
Black and White
The Busy Signals, Sekou Sundiata, Methods of Mayhem