#LyricsStillMatter | Deep South the Bar | Clubs & Concerts | Indy Week
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When: Thu., May 5, 9:30 p.m. 2016
Price: $5-$10
Far from the wrestling raps of Raleigh rapper Madison Jay’s campaign a few years ago, we get his softer side over a sample of Case’s R&B ballad “Missing You” on the Pooh Bear-assisted single, “Everyday (That I Wake Up).” It’s from Madison’s Return of the Gap LP, due later this month. Yes, loverboy lyrics can matter, but there are other hard-hitting accomplices on this bill, too—Kaze, Raleigh staple Samson, Durham striver Alex Aff, and others to bring pulpy bars back to ground zero. —Eric Tullis
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