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Afrobeta Will Bring the Full "Human Interaction" to Block x Blog on April 20

Feeding in the dark corners of the room, Afrobeta want to make you make love. Two home-grown beat slaves set on dance floor domination, if Afrobeta bothers to make a sound, it's going to be the kind of hyphy-groove your body can't deny.



Tucked away in a shed behind their Miami home sits beat-master Tony, a.k.a. Smurphio. His hair grows wildly out in a brown, fuzzy dome with glimpses of white. You couldn't miss this guy in a crowd of hundreds. He jokes that if he's the "afro" in Aforbeta, his partner Cristina, stage-name Cuci Amador, is the "beta half."


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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.