The Best St. Louis Hip-Hop Shows: November 2013

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Jonathan Toth from Hoth Album Release Party at the Gramophone November 21 9 p.m. / $10

Conspiracy Theory is St. Louis-bred Jonathan Toth from Hoth's second solo album, following 2012's Book of Toth. Though self-professed emo rap, Toth is conscious rap at its best; the new release a commentary on government debt, race, Karl Rove and the NSA, following the same political thread as his 2012 album. The release date for his latest album is even the same week as the 50th anniversary of JFK's death. Can't you already feel the conspiracy?

Turquoise Jeep with DJ Billy Brown at Plush November 21 9 p.m. / $15-18

Turquoise Jeep is a record label known for its hilariously satirical YouTube videos, including its 2010 single "Lemme Smang It," which popularized the label. Signed artists include Flynt Flossy, Pretty Raheem, Slick Mahony, Tummiscratch, Whatchyamacallit and Yung Humma. If you want to laugh for most of the night while concurrently busting some moves (these dudes are some seriously great dancers), then don't miss Turquoise Jeep with DJ Billy Brown.

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