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Friday, October 25, 2002


Rap at the Cafe



By Gary C. W. Chun
gchun@starbulletin.com

It's "Duces 'N' Trayz ... The Old-Fashioned Way" as Snoop Dogg presents Tha Eastsidaz, the rap duo of Goldie Loc and Tray Deee, tomorrow night at World Cafe.

Their follow-up to their 2000 platinum-selling debut (which dropped the hits "G'd Up" and "Got Beef") celebrates the reunion of these two Long Beach, Calif., homies who used to represent the rival gangs in the album's title.

Tha Eastsidaz have gone coast-to-coast with this latest album, using producers from L.A.'s Battlecat (who did the album's first single, "I Luv It"), Ric Roc and Alchemist, through Cincinnati's Hi-Tek, right through to Swiss Beatz, representing the Ruff Ryders on the East Coast.

Flowclick will open the show (unfortunately, according to the promoter, the big Dogg won't be joining his homies on their Hawaii trip).

>> Where: World Cafe, 1130 N. Nimitz Highway

>> When: 8 p.m. tomorrow; doors open at 6:30

>> Tickets: $17.50

>> Call: 585-2877



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