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Think Pink Rocks Brings Huge Hip-Hop Lineup to Mizner Park

The third Think Pink Rocks benefit will be its biggest yet. Music mogul/actor 50 Cent's inclusion ensures that. With help from rap superstars with local ties Flo Rida and Pitbull, the night has the potential to spin out dozens of chart-topping hits. Show up early to catch a bevy of rising hip-hop/R&B talent from the SRC Records roster, including Asher "I Love College" Roth, Canadian neo-soul singer Melanie Fiona, and Shontelle, a Barbadian singer flirting with Rihanna-level success with current single "Impossible."

Proceeds from Think Pink Rocks will benefit Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, the Boca Raton Community Hospital Women's Center for Breast Care, and other breast cancer research charities.

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