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Actor and musician Jamie Foxx hosts a unique and interactive game show that pits four teams of two players against each other in a race against the clock to identify some of the greatest hit songs of all time. The team with the highest score goes up against the song identification app, Shazam, for a chance to win a cash prize. In each round, the teams are presented with a choice of two music categories. When a song is played, each team must try to be the first to identify the correct title. Players with the lowest scores are eliminated until only one team remains to go man versus machine in an attempt to beat Shazam.

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Teams include a mother and son, music teachers, and lunch ladies.
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Teams composed of twin brothers, best friends, and a mother and daughter compete for the chance to win the $1 million prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams include Texas cowboys, childhood friends from Phoenix, and a mother-daughter team from New York.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Guest Mariah Carey surprises the contestants.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.
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Teams of two race to identify songs by sound in hopes of winning a cash prize.

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