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HURRICANE CHRIS/LIL JJ

8 p.m., the Village. $20 adv., $25 d.o.s. 

You've heard the chirp. “You wanna know what we say in the club? A Bay Bay.” Maybe not in your car stereo, but in passing, blaring out of another. “White folks, gangstas and the thugs? A Bay Bay.” Or from from your kid's ringtone. “A Bay Bay, A Bay Bay, A Bay Bay.” Pronounced “ay-bay-BAY,” like a catcall, repeated over and over and over again until it wedges itself deep in the recesses of your brain, where novelty pop like “Rubber Biscuit” and “Rump Shaker” go to live forever. On Saturday, Hurricane Chris, the chirper, a 19-year-old Shreveport rapper, roils into the Village. Here's a not so bold prediction: The seats will be filled and those who fill them will be young and know all the words. Bonus appeal for young fans: Lil JJ, the Little Rock-born actor and comedian who currently stars on Nickelodeon's “Just Jordan,” hosts the concert.
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