Last Night: Snoop Dogg at Roxy's Pub, September 5
With the Spazmatics and Fourth Dimension
Roxy's Pub, West Palm Beach
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Snoop Dogg is a master party performer -- which is to say that his cool is contagious. For the duration of his hour-plus set Sunday evening,
the fenced-off parking lot behind Roxy's Pub looked like a sweaty impersonation of
a gangsta rap video. A decent-sized crowd of skin-baring Labor Day celebrators including hipsters, wannabes, squares, and O.G.'s alike had
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their hands in the air or on each other as their lower halves thrusted and
pumped like they had just been freed from booty jail.
After the Spazmatics' new wave opening act, Snoop's peeps got on stage. All night,
multiple indoor rooms acted as dance-party space, but they remained
mostly deserted. The sound of this segment, as heard from the street (a break for a few cups of gin and juice), can be summed up as mediocre hip-hop songs sandwiched between alternating bouts of hype-the-crowd chants: "Doggystyle Records is in the building!" and "[your weed] smells good!" Eventually, epic orchestral music blasted from the speakers, signaling the entrance of the Dogg.
inside the gate. At any given time, there were 30 or more people enjoying
the free version.
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