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When: Sat., Dec. 29 2012

"Her booty got bounce like a bounce castle." That's the first line from O.S.B.'s song "Birthday Girl," and it sets the tone for what you can expect from Charleston's original Soul-Jah Boy: Maximalist club tracks designed to get you dancing. O.S.B. actually used to go by the handle Soul-Jah Boy, until some hotshot from Mississippi with roughly the same name started swag-turning and Superman-ing his way to the top of the charts in 2007. O.S.B. has his own thing going anyway; he's got a sensitive side. Check out the track "Bad Day," which samples — you guessed it — Daniel Powter's 2005 tell-me-your-problems hit "Bad Day." You'll also hear a deep voice singing bits of the chorus from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack's "(I've Had) The Time of My Life." —Paul Bowers


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