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Blackalicious

Sacramento hip-hop duo Blackalicious is comprised of two equally important parts: world-wise, wowsome and wily wordsmith Gift of Gab and old-school beatmaker extraordinaire Chief Xcel. Active since the early 1990s, the pair has produced three excellent and well-received albums, with the most recent being 2005’s The Craft. While this would be a must-see show even if that was the end of the story, recent news of the impeding 2015 release of Blackalicious’ fourth LP, and first album in 10 years, gives us cause to reasonably hope that Wednesday’s show will feature some never-before-heard jams.

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  • The Korova

    107 E Martin, San Antonio Downtown

    (210) 995-7229; (210) (FAX)

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