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I Got Five on It

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The last Saturday of every month, DJs Mick Boogie and Terry Urban give you the chance to relive the best house party you went to in 1996 with I Got Five on It. Representing the League Crew, the certified mixologists spin choice old-school hip-hop, dusting off classic cuts from Big Daddy Kane, Biggie Smalls, 3rd Bass, and Snoop, spiked with a little funk and soul. No snap, no trap, no leanin' wit' it, no rockin' wit' it. Nas (pictured) was just kidding when he said hip-hop is dead.

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