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So You Think You Can...Rap?
The first rule of Monday Night Fight Klub: Leave the dancing to the stars and the singing to wannabe idols. The MTV2 show is auditioning rap stars to be on the show's second season.
So if you think you can represent the West Coast and do LA proud, then Fight Klub's creators want to hear (or see) your best 60-second a cappella rhymes in their "60 Second Assassin" contest. The best emcees will get a chance to complete in a battle in the NYC.
Upload your videos to http://www.youtube.com/fktour2007.
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