Ridin' the synergy - Page 2

Swapping files online, with overseas multimedia support, Keelay & Zaire cover the East and West

So instead of looking for this type or that type of rapper, I just look for the people who are making really good music that I would like," Panni adds. His expectations for Keelay & Zaire are modest: "Really, to establish themselves in the Bay Area, in the California market, and then become one of the elite production duos in the game. This is a good jump-off to show what they can do."


With Blue Scholars, Grynch, and DJ Vin Roc

Sun/1, 9 p.m., $12–<\d>$15


333 11th St., SF

(415) 522-0333


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