Since the 1980s, Miami has been a hotbed for hip-hop culture and music. From Luther Campbell and his 2 Live Crew to 1990s stars Trick Daddy and Trina and now Rick Ross, Miami has always been well-represented in rap. Or has it?
“The Field: Miami” is a new documentary by the folks at WorldstarHipHop.com which puts a lens on the music scene outside of South Beach. The doc, which is a follow-up to “The Field: Chicago,” takes viewers to Overtown, Lil Haiti and Opa-Locka to meet aspiring rappers with talent to spread and a story to tell.