Best of the Best 2015's Lineup: Beenie Man, Capleton, Shabba Ranks, 30 Others

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Gonna be fiyah.

In just five months, the Best of the Best concert's back.

Waving flags and shaking ass into downtown Miami's Bayfront Park, the annual music fest will be returning for the last weekend in May 2015.

And for the third straight year, #BOTB's shrugging off radio rap in favor of steady reggae, dancehall, soca, and other island sounds, with Caribbean stars like Beenie Man, Capleton, Sanchez, and Wayne Wonder.

Just check the cut for Best of the Best 2015's lineup so far.

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Best of the Best 2015 Lineup

-Beenie Man
-Shabba Ranks & Friends
-Lady Saw
-Wayne Wonder
-Morgan Heritage
-Josey Wales
-Johnny P.
-Anthony Malvo
-Warrior King
-Fay Ann Lyons
-Kerwin Du Bois
-Zeke Don
-Ryme Minista
-Iba Mahr
-Franko Brian
-M Deez
-Julian Believe
-Noah da Powa

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Best of the Best 2015. With Beenie Man, Capleton, Shabba Ranks, and 30 others. 2 p.m. to midnight. Sunday, May 24, at Bayfront Park, 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. Tickets cost $57 and up plus fees. Visit bestofthebestconcert.com.

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