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Listen to What the Kidd Didd

The greatness of Gorilla vs. Bear has hopped into the Wayback Machine and dialed up 1994 -- back when one "J. Kidd" collaborated with Digital Underground's Money B. on the shit ... dang it ... hit single "What the Kidd Didd." It's been kinda making the rounds in recent weeks: Mental Floss recently included a sample from song whilst running down all the tracks from the collection Basketball’s Best-Kept Secret, upon which you'll find the Mavs man's track. But, really, it's a slam-dunk download every day of the year. --Robert Wilonsky

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