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Next Week: Bun B for Free at Warehouse Live

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Fresh off UGK's multiple wins at Monday's Ozone Awards, Bun B is all set to take a victory lap a week from tonight at Warehouse Live. Sponsored by Scion, the hip-hop promoters posing as a car company, the show is free, but first come first serve - follow this link to RSVP. Bun will be performing with Orgone, the North Hollywood funk band that, according to Wikipedia, shares its name with a "bioenergetic extrapolation of the Freudian concept of libido." So in other words, it ought to be a hot show. DJ Ayers warms up the crowd. - Chris Gray

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