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Hip-hop stars Arrested Development and M1 of dead prez will take the Brooklyn Academy of Music opera house stage - with the champions of the 2005 National Teen Poetry Slam competition - on Friday.

Although Speech (pictured), of Arrested Development, is currently promoting his new solo album "The Vagabond" (Bluhammock), his group recently reunited and won the NBC reality show "Hit Me Baby One More Time."

Arrested Development and the teen poetry slam champs will perform at the Jan. 27 event, which will be emceed by Clinton Hill’s M1.

This "Rhythm & BAM" performance will begin at 7 pm at the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House (30 Lafayette Ave. at Ashland Place in Fort Greene). Tickets are $20 and $25. For more information, call (718) 636-4100 or visit the Web site at www.bam.org.

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