Biggest Show Hit Miami Presented by Slip -N- Slide Records

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG MIAMI, FL -- Slip -N- Slide Records in association with On Demand Pay Per View presents the Biggest Show to Ever Hit Miami. Monday, November 6, 2006 at Club Mansion.

This one night concert features Miami's hottest talents with the likes of Rick Ross, Trina, Plies, Duece Poppi, C.O., Money Mark, Citty, and Kase 1: And is hosted by non other than the Flavorful Flavor Flav. The Biggest Show to Ever Hit Miami not only features the hottest performers, but special guests such as Jim Johnson, Bigg D, Tampa Tony, T-Pain, Cool-N-Dre, Pitbull, Pretty Ricky, Carol City Cartel, Brisco, The Movement and The Poe Boy Family will all be in attendance.

The Biggest Show to Ever Hit Miami will take place Monday, November 6, at Club Mansion and is presented by Slip-N-Slide Records & Byrd Records
in association with On Demand Pay Per View. For more information about this event please contact E. Mason & Associates at (305) 755-9272 or info@emasonassociates.com.

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