The Baka Boys have a simple formula for success: find out what the people want, and give it to 'em by the truckload. Miamians were thirsting for local recognition, so they amped up airplay for Trick Daddy, Jackie-O, and Pitbull, adding specially tailored remixes of popular jams to keep the 305 flavor at the forefront. Realizing the apparently unstoppable rise of the Dirty South, the boys embraced crunk music wholeheartedly, championing Lil' Jon's distinctive sound and showing newer artists like Ciara some Miami love. And now, the boys are ready to bring their wild and wacky morning radio show to the stage with Bakapalooza, an all-star spectacular best described as "a crazy crunk variety show." Besides currently charting hip-hoppers Ludacris (Get Back, Move Bitch) and Ciara (Goodies), and local heroes Pitbull (Dammit, Man) and Jackie-O (Nookie Real Good), the Baka Boys have lined up a triple threat of Lil's: Houston's Lil' Flip (Sunshine, The Way We Ball), Atlanta's Lil' Scrappy (No Problem), and of course, the ubiquitous Lil' Jon (Get Low, Yeah) will rock the mike. Mr. Vegas (Heads High) will bring the reggae flavor, and fans of old school rap are in for a treat, as the magnificent Special Ed (The Mission, I Got It Made), and the original Geto Boys featuring Bushwick Bill, Willie D, and Scarface (My Mind's Playing Tricks on Me, Damn, It Feels Good to be a Gangsta) will be performing. To keep the momentum up between acts, Miami's own comedian Larry Dogg will regale the crowd. Clowns, stilt-walkers, and little people will help to make Bakapalooza more than just another concert.