Schoolboy Q becomes teacher at Rasputin Music

Schoolboy Q stopped by Berkeley’s Rasputin Music on Telegraph Avenue and Channing Way on Tuesday to celebrate the release of his major-label debut, Oxymoron. One-fourth of rap supergroup Black Hippy, LA hip-hop artist Schoolboy Q’s debut album features collaborations with artists such as 2 Chainz; Tyler, the Creator; BJ the
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Fan Huang’s Picks of the Week

Stress can be overwhelming with midterms, projects and papers on the horizon. Luckily for us, this week we can take a trip to Schoolboy Q’s Los Angeles, listen to local indie rock bands, watch an erotic French film or spend a relaxing afternoon with a comic book. Schoolboy Q’s Oxymoron
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Weekender Picks

A selection for the week ahead from the Feb. 21-23 weekend.

SUPERB presents a screening of “Bad Words” at Shattuck Cinemas, followed by a Q&A with star and director Jason Bateman. RSVP here for the showing Monday evening. Rap artist Schoolboy Q is performing and signing autographs at Rasputin Records on Telegraph Avenue. If you purchase his new album, Oxymoron, you
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Wu Tang Clan

Rock the Bells rings true to hip-hop history

At the 10th anniversary of Rock the Bells hip-hop festival this past weekend in Mountain View, the lineup — though it included virtual performances by the Eazy-E and Ol’ Dirty Bastard, both deceased — reminded festival-goers of the virtue in dynamic stage presence and solid delivery that no special effects can replace.
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Tunesday: Better Late Than Never

Editor’s Note: We forgot to publish Tunesday on Tuesday, but it’s summer — you probably lost track of the days, right? First off, you should know that this week’s installment is wholly influenced by two things: the lingering effects of Danny Brown’s stellar show at the New Parish (shameless plug:
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