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Risky Star, Devin Donovan, Lost One

ROBERT HAM
8 pm., Saturday September 28 | $5.
Peter's Room
8 NW 6th Ave.
 
[PORTLAND RHYMER] With the spotlight’s glare sticking on the Seattle hip-hop scene at the moment, there’s some hope in the hearts of Portland’s most ardent rap fans that the vibrant local community will get carried a little further forward in Macklemore’s wake. One local rapper who could serve to gain some further attention is Risky Star, a soulful cat who, on the upcoming Trust No One Records compilation, dives into a crate of vintage ’70s R&B as source material to back his heartfelt rhymes. He’s joined on this bill by two of his equally talented labelmates, Devin Donovan and Lost One. 

Where: Peter's Room
Phone: 219-9929
Address: 8 NW 6th Ave.

 
 
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