Published in the Aug/Sept 2009 issue of ‘Social Affairs’ magazine:
Given a chance to travel back in time, most people would choose to visit some pivotal or alluring period in human history—Classical Greece, Galilee in the era of Jesus, the Renaissance, or Victorian England, perhaps. But Tito and Che-Frio, two dim-witted and equally untalented Miami musicians, are drawn to a much more recent era—the year 2002.
In those innocent, early days of the 21st century, people knew nothing of Bluetooth, camera phones, or the TV series Lost. More importantly, Reggaeton, that vigorous, hyper-sexualized stepchild of hip-hop and dancehall, had yet to come rumbling like a busload of lustful insurgents onto the North American music scene.
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