RiFF RaFF

. January 24, 2013.
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From spitting rhymes about Larry Bird, M. Bison (of Street Fighter fame) and Pete Sampras, to doing AC/DC cover sets, to getting MTV tattooed on his neck, you never really know how dramatic — or absurdly sharp — of a curveball is coming next from Houston's Internet rap sensation RiFF RaFF.  Between his rhythmic Southern flow, mixture of street-wise and nerdy references and wild stage antics, he's been making some noise in the hip-hop game. And it's worth mentioning that James Franco will be playing a character loosely based on RiFF RaFF in the forthcoming film Spring Breakers, which the Huffington Post describes as "Scarface meets Britney Spears." Take a minute to wrap your brain around that. 

$15 advance/$20 day of. 8pm. Blind Pig, 208 N. First St. 734-996-8555. wwww.blindpigmusic.com —SR 

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