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|"Tonight's the Night"|
|Single by Blackstreet featuring SWV and Craig Mack|
|from the album Blackstreet|
|Released||August 1, 1995|
|Genre||R&B, Hip hop|
|Songwriter(s)||Teddy Riley, Tammy Lucas, Markell Riley, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo|
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