Every year, hip-hop magazine XXL releases its highly-anticipated Freshman Class. Industry professionals and rap tastemakers come together to comprise a list of 10 rappers and emcees who have made a splash in the industry within the year and who they believe have a long career ahead. If it were up to me, here is what this year’s XXL 2019 Freshman Class would look like.
Florida, your work isn’t over. Hopefully, voters will mobilize this season and all seasons to make sure their efforts weren’t done in vain.
For the sixth year in a row, DragOut has been a staple event for SpectrUM, as students, drag queens and kings and faculty members perform to raise money for South Florida charities that serve LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ folks alike.
Staples’ “Smile, You’re on Camera” tour stopped in Fort Lauderdale this past Valentine’s Day at Revolution Live, and it was one hell of a time.
Trump’s casual reopening of the federal government like a pop-up shop for a bill that Democrats proposed weeks earlier shows his incompetence.
On Nov. 16, Curry will join Brooklyn hip-hop group Flatbush Zombies in what they’ve described as a “soundclash/martial arts inspired rap blowout.”
It seems like Natural Chicken Grill has all the makings of Coral Gables’ latest hotspot. So, we did some investigating to find out whether NCG is fit to be UM students’ newest go-to.
“The same people keep messing up and keep getting the same opportunities over and over,” Munn said in a Skype Q&A session Monday night. “The rest of us have to go to the back of the line and work our way up.”