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Sunday, July 27, 2008


Dyme Def

At the betting table, in the game of who will be the biggest hiphop crew to come out of Seattle in this decade (which has only 17 months left), all of my chips are still on Dyme Def. The local group produces a hiphop sound that's ambitious and manages to be commercial without losing an ounce of art or innovation. In 2009, the crew will only get bigger and deffer. Dyme Def will perform at Nectar's Midsummer Backyard Barbecue Jam, with Pink Skull, South Rakkas Crew, and Mad Rad. (Nectar, 412 N 36th St, 632-2020. 2–10 pm, $5, 21+.)


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Why has there been such a frequent need for The Stranger to keep insisting that various Seattle hip-hop artists need to break out into the mainstream media markets?

Keep making good music and shut up already.

Posted by ghostlawns | July 27, 2008 2:14 PM

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