Concerts

State Re-Session Assembles Tight Hip-Hop Night

Local hip-hop label Footwork4Self has amassed an impressive lineup of underground rappers for Saturday night's State Re-Session show at Propaganda. In a few short months, this West Palm Beach indie label has pounded the pavement for its two signature artists, DJ/MC duo DJ Dee Dubs and Jabrjaw, and ruffian lyricist Protoman.

State Re-Session teams up Footwork4Self's pride and joy with Toki Wright and Grieves & Budo, a couple of rap acts signed to one of the foremost underground hip-hop labels in the country, Minneapolis-based Rhymesayers. Footwork4Self has become rather chummy with Rhymesayers, having just returned from a string of successful shows in Minnesota with the soulfully smooth Wright. Wright's slick flow over Isaac Hayes-influenced production has made him one of the Twin Cities' most acclaimed rappers. Grieves & Budo will have many heads bobbing with their eccentric, jerky beats. With this lineup, it's bound to be a night of alternative hip-hop at its very best.

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Alex Rendon