boogie down

boogie down

To go or hurry to some place or event. I'll boogie down to the store after I finish watching this show.
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boogie down (to somewhere)

Sl. to hurry (to somewhere); to go (somewhere). So, why don't you boogie down to the store and load up with goodies for the weekend? I'm gonna boogie down and see what's going on.
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boogie down

verb
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Today, we are excited to announce the activation of this long-vacant waterfront site with high-quality public open space, over 600 units of permanently affordable housing, and a range of cultural facilities that pay homage to the boogie down Bronx.
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And to celebrate, a group of Redcar Rockers donned Seventies garb to boogie down outside the new centre.
The ECHO is taking a boogie down memory lane, looking back at the clubs of the 80s and early 90s and we want your help.
We listened respectfully to the speeches of politicians and dignitaries, then after the soothing sounds of the Inner City Jam Band it was time to boogie down, holding hands to the grand finale Lean On Me.
If you need to know anything about the local blues scene, it's this: The people making the shows happen have huge hearts and eyes toward service, and they really know how to boogie down for their causes.
They can be fire fighters, ER doctors, manicurists, couriers, chefs and artists, drive racing cars, boogie down at a karaoke lounge, get their hair done or be a TV presenter.
Most recently, Logan counted legendary rap artist KRS-One, known for political and socially conscious lyrics in the 1980s and '90s with Boogie Down Productions, as one of his favorites.
Here, audience members were likely meant to remember the diverse number of voices that comprised mainstream hip-hop in the year that saw the release of albums by Public Enemy, Boogie Down Productions, Big Daddy Kane, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, N.
Carter, 42, is a native of the Boogie Down who has gained international acclaim for her groundbreaking work in urban environmental advocacy; She's on a mission to green the ghetto--and not just the one she came from, but every ghetto, everywhere.
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