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So we at CrossFade just got hip to the fact that beatboxer extraordinaire and hip-hop jokester Biz Markie is coming to town for a couple of shows. He'll be DJing for free at 11 pm at Nectar Lounge in Seminole Casino Coconut Creek this Wednesday, Nov 21. So go gamble and listen to the Biz free!

Nectar at the Seminole Casino — Coconut Creek

5550 NW 40th St.

Coconut Creek


For folks who live further south, he'll be rocking the mic at Karu&Y in Miami with Stone Love soundsystem on Thanksgiving night. We all know turkey will make you tired but this show will definitely wake that ass up.

71 NW 14th Street-Downtown Miami

(3 blocks from the Performing Arts Center)

For VIP table Info: 786.390.3580 Dinner RSVP: 305.403.7850

Email/Guestlist: pbahmg@yahoo.com

For more information log on to: www.myspace.com/headlinermarketgroup

--Jonathan Cunningham

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