"I love you," gasped Johnny O, blue button-up untucked, dance moves at 80 percent, still five minutes from getting around to his hit "Fantasy Girl." "I miss you." Can you blame him? Freestyle, the largely Puerto Rican hybrid of electro and r&b that suffused New York radio in the late '80s,hasn't yet enjoyed its modern revival, so more than a dozen of the genre's 12-inch wonders—often mere teens at the time, often pushing 40 and beyond now—lined up for their literal 15 minutes at MSG, each sporting hits that eclipsed their careers. Which is a shame, because this dense revue proved that the most local of New York musics remains, for the most part, remarkably... More >>>