For more than a decade, Los Angeles rapper Busdriver has been one of rap's most challenging and electrifying voices. A product of avant-garde circles, he continues to push the genre's stylistic envelope while staying true to hip-hop traditions. And he's got substance, tackling everything from race ... More >>
This October, we are seeing an absence of local hip-hop acts -- what's up with that, St. Louis? -- while the national acts flourish. Though not an entirely favorable trade-off (well, maybe for some), some big acts are hitting our stages this month, ranging from the very indie to the slightly indie t ... More >>
8 p.m. Friday, May 6. Off Broadway, 3509 Lemp Avenue.
Rapper/producer Vandalyzm makes a major splash with his debut album.
Still no Jigga, but Kanye, some loveable Limeys and a great Beyoncé substitute held it down
Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives (Def Jux)