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Fresh Showcase pics posted at Box State Music

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Okay, just a real quick plug for our people at BoxStateMusic -- and by people, we really mean our dude Big Joe Thunder. Cat's a one-man wrecking machine, a seemingly omnipresent figure when it comes to hip-hop in Denver. Joey T's got his ear to the streets, which is why we tapped him to co-host our hip-hop stage at Showcase. Not content to just hype the crowd, though, he also captured it in living color. Hop on over to BoxStateMusic for fresh set of flix from Showcase and stacks of stacks of killer graf shots like the one above.

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