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Music network MTV is going throwback and it’s not even Thursday. The company has decided to celebrate “YO! MTV Raps'” 30th anniversary with a jam-packed upcoming concert and reinvention.

According to a press release, MTV will celebrate the show’s milestone June 1 in Brooklyn, New York and bring back the series as a digital show.

To celebrate this milestone anniversary, MTV will reinvent the franchise for a new generation as both a linear and digital series across its platforms. To kick things off, show alumni, artists, and fans will gather for the “YO! MTV Raps: 30th Anniversary Experience” on Friday, June 1st at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, which will be live streamed by MTV.

The concert will feature a slew of hip-hop pioneers from The Juice Crew to original hosts Ed Lover and Doctor Dré.

The “YO! MTV Raps: 30th Anniversary Experience” will bring together an all-star line-up of the series’ alumni and hip-hop legends including Big Daddy Kane and the Juice Crew, Eric B & Rakim, Doug E. Fresh, KRS-One and Boogie Down Productions, Fat Joe, Yo-Yo, Onyx, EPMD, Flavor Flav, YBT Tap the bottle reunion, Black Sheep, DAS EFX, Special Ed, Pharcyde, Brand Nubian, Nice & Smooth, Melle Mel & The Furious Five, Kid Capri, DJ Skribble, Red Alert, Chuck Chillout, Fab 5 Freddy, Ed Lover, Doctor Dré, T-Money and others for a night to remember. The event will also feature special tribute videos from Eminem, Method Man, Redman and more.

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Recently, Doctor Dré talked about his health condition and losing his vision.

“I’m a type 2 diabetic who lost my sight. What I am doing is finding a way to reverse the effect and I am working with many great holistic doctors. I am working with Dr. Ulysses S. Jackson who has a PHD in holistic medicine. We are doing natural herbs that come from Jamaica and I’m working on this deal in Africa to create a farm out there like what we are doing in Jamaica.” (“Murder Master Music Show”)

“YO! MTV Raps” is known for showcasing hip-hop veterans from 2Pac to Grand Puba with performances and in-depth interviews.