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A Quick Minute: Last night's BET Awards Interscope Party

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Who doesn't love BET? Who doesn't love Interscope? Who doesn't love afterparties and smoking and drinking on a Tuesday night?

Who doesn't love go-go dancers, women flying from the ceiling, dozens of dudes on the stage as Obie Trice and later Lloyd Banks performed?

The Interscope/Hennessy party was held at Club 740 on Broadway and 8th, downtown. Home of the former Orion Theatre, whose elegance remains.

Interscope is home of such artists as Dr. Dre, Eminem, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, AFI, Wolfmother, and our new faves The Grates. And Hennessy is delicious. Downtown. On a hot night.

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