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Pump It Up - Joe Budden



tempo: 105 bpm

bpm range: 100 to 105 bpm, 105 to 110 bpm

the dj's take: Track #4 in our version 31 mix (6:40):



Song title reminds me of Dee Brown in the 1991 Slam Dunk Contest:



Full disclosure: My mom got me a pair of these in sixth grade. Best gimmick I ever fell for. Apparently Reebok still makes them - this edition reminds me of the vest a school crossing guard would wear.

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