Mike Smiff has steadily built a reputation in Dade County, by dropping mixtapes in the 2010s. Smiff's solo releases, 10 Toes Down, and collabs like Table Manners: We Gone Eat by Any Means Necessary, Vol. 2, which he made with Big Mann gave him a name locally.
Pushing that classic Miami Ghetto Bass sound Smiff signed to Slip-n-Slide and released the 17-track album Chase Dis Money. He followed that with a guest-spot on Trick Daddy's "Paradise," and has now rocked the internet with his latest release "Ride!"
We got to sit down with Mike SMiff and Dj Diggem and spoke on why people consider South Miami is “slow.”
Check out the interview and download the song!