Miami rapper Mike Smiff steadily built a reputation on the Dade County scene with a series of mixtapes in the 2010s.
The rapper flipped between solo releases, like 2013's 10 Toes Down, and collaborative tapes such as 2012's Table Manners: We Gone Eat by Any Means Necessary, Vol. 2, which he made with Big Mann. In 2017, and with a substantial number of releases under his belt, Smiff signed to the Miami hip-hop label Slip-n-Slide. Later that year, he released the 17-track Chase Dis Money, followed by a guest-spot on labelmate Trick Daddy's single "Paradise." ~ Bekki Bemrose