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  1. District 3

    Downtown Tampa : 802 E Whiting St. , Tampa, 33602

    One of the area's top hip-hop clubs is located in downtown Tampa. Young Jeezy, Plies, Tiesto, Ginuwine and Juvenile are among the artists who've appeared here since 2007.

  2. Studio Inc.

    Editor's pick

    Tampa : 3603 W Waters Ave., Tampa, 33614

    The popular club mixes it up with the Best of Both Worlds Thursdays (that's hip-hop and reggaeton), hip-hop Fridays, Latin Saturdays and Sunday teen nights through the summer. Latin artists occasionally drop by for a live set. On the urban front, Ne-Yo and Ray J have performed there. And let's n …

  3. Empire

    Editor's pick

    Ybor City : 1902 E Seventh Ave., Tampa, 33605

    During Super Bowl weekend in 2009, the billed headliners at a postgame party at Empire were Dennis Rodman and Lawrence Taylor. And you had any doubt that Empire was a no-nonsense joint. True, Empire has had its share of highly publicized troubles over the years, but one only need look at the lin …

  4. Club Prana

    Editor's pick

    Ybor City : 1619 E Seventh Ave., Tampa, 33605

    Since adopting its current name in 2001, Prana has weathered Ybor City's ups and downs and remained one of its most popular clubs. With different music on each of its five floors - from hip-hop on the ground floor to house in the middle to reggae and live music on the roof - it offers something  …

  5. Club Skye

    Editor's pick

    Ybor City : 1509 E Eighth Ave., Tampa, 33605

    Always popular, still running strong. Ybor's best-connected hip-hop club gets a lot of top-notch visitors (Ludacris, Lil Jon, Tracy Morgan, Rick Ross, Jadakiss, Fat Joe) thanks to its ties to Wild 98.7 (Orlando and DJ Christion are regulars), but the omnipresent line out the door on Fridays is p …

  6. Vintage

    Downtown St. Petersburg : 16 Second St. N, St. Petersburg, 33701

    Vintage hit the downtown St. Petersburg scene about the time Push Ultra Lounge did. But while Push gets a lot of ink and stages a lot of events, Vintage keeps a lower profile. Still, once you're inside it's high-energy all the way, with a pulsing dance floor and people who dress to impress.