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Win tickets to see Kurtis Blow tomorrow night

Last time we checked in with Neil McIntyre, he had just realized a dream of trading verses with Kurtis Blow, a bona fied hip-hop legend if there ever was one, on a Littleleague track called "Magic Words." Tomorrow night at Cleo Parker Robinson, McIntyre will be get to perform alongside the renown framer with his Littleleague, his kid-centric hip-hop project. Blow will be on hand performing and discussing the history of hip-hop. We've got three pairs of tickets to the show tomorrow. Wanna go? Send us email. We'll contact winners tomorrow morning.

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