Keaton, Drique London, DJ Flash, Al B, Devaan Newhill, Akira, Pretty Good, Jon Muldrow

When: Sun., Nov. 25, 10 p.m. 2012

North Carolina rap has had a relatively low pulse during the last several years, though there have been standout exceptions, including J. Cole and possible breakout guy King Mez. But don't tell that to area aspirants, including the fleet of rappers who gather for regular showcases at Raleigh's The Pour House. Sunday, one of the Triangle's best recent hip-hop hopes, Drique London, joins the faded flow of Wiz Khalifa-adherent Keaton and the tectonics of DJ Flash for one such stacked bill. At his peak, Drique London is a clear heir to the soul-sample legacy of Little Brother, when Phonte Coleman exuded likability over 9th Wonder's finger-snapping ebullience. That's a high promise, to be sure. —Grayson Currin

Price: $5


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