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DJ Laz Gives New Times Writer "Multiple O's" with Diamonds (VIDEO)

How do you make a girl "big O" without even touching her? According to DJ Laz, by giving her diamonds.

Not only has Laz made timeless contributions to Miami Bass and Booty Music, he's also willing to share the wisdom on how 'it ain't trickin' if you got it' with listeners to his morning show on DJ 106.7 FM and New Times music editor Liz Tracy.

We caught up with Laz at his new studio and learned about the powers of bling, Taco King, and the new majority.

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When he's in town, catch DJ Laz on Saturdays at Passion Nighclub at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, 5701 Seminole Way, Hollywood. Visit passionnightclub.com to find out when he's hosting and spinning.

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