Local writer Lawrence Burney has been a great advocate for local artists at Vice’s music site, Noisey, where Burney is a staff writer. Recently he’s done features on Abdu Ali, Lor Choc and Young Moose, whose raps about the Baltimore Police detailed the misdeeds of Gun Trace Task Force member Daniel Hersl before everything was presented in open court.
Burney also produces the magazine True Laurels, which is essential reading for anyone trying to learn about the city’s music scene. Tonight, True Laurels is highlighting some of the area’s best female hip-hop talent during the party Flat Out–Deetranada, Lor Choc, Trillnatured and Styles Bond will all take the stage. And you can pick up the third issue of True Laurels, which has Moose and Lor Choc on the cover.
10 p.m., Pipe Dreamz, 407 N. Charles St., (443) 475-0097, truelaurels.com, $8 in advance, $10 at the door.
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