Rapping twins Herbert (Jerod Mixon) and Henry (Jamal Mixon) get a shot at stardom when they purchase a prize-winning T-shirt that lands them a chance to perform alongside a hip-hop legend, but they find their dreams going up in flames when their nemesis Kevin (Robbie Kaller) steals the shirt as well as the spotlight. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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