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Live Picks: Killa Bee, Solo Swarm


What's on tap tonight? Glad you asked---:

Up from the 36 Chambers...

Heheh.. it's the Ghost..*Face*..*Killahh* Hehheheh

In a recent interview with NPR’s Tom Ashbrook, Robert Fitzgerald Diggs—aka, RZA—discussed The Tao of Wu, his new book and driving philosophy behind the influential hip-hop group, Wu-Tang Clan: “Shaolin was known as an external martial art but Wu-Tang would start from inside the self—sometimes through meditation you build up the same strength as a man out there lifting weights.” RZA’s band mate Ghostface Killah applies his mental and physical strengths to Ghostdini: The Wizard of Poetry in Emerald City, an album that reveals a somewhat softer side of the rugged emcee reflecting on relationships with surprising clarity. These Staten Islanders could teach us a thing or two about tapping into our hidden strengths. The Urban Lounge, 241 S. 500 East, 9 p.m.

Save Me Concubine (Ghostface Killah vs Beirut) - The Hood Internet

Also worth hitting up - Subrosa, Old Timer and Leeches of Lore play Burt's Tiki Lounge (726 S. State); Emmitt-Nershi Band headlines The State Room (638 S. State)