Murphy, Bill
November 2005
Mix;Nov2005, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p98
Focuses on the musical performances of various music artists at the Tweeter Center Pavillon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Highlight of the performance of Lil Jon with the East Side Boyz; Theme of the rap of Eminem; Reaction of the crews and the audience to the performance.


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