Keyshia Ka’oir didn’t expect to fall for rapper Gucci Mane. She didn’t even expect to work with him. But more than seven years after meeting on the set of Mane’s “911 Emergency” music video — and entering a relationship marked by multiple prison sentences for Mane — the beauty mogul and platinum-selling artist are set...
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Die Antwoord, the outlandish hip-hop group from South Africa, has been making music for more than a decade now — still they get asked with a certain frequency if their schtick is serious. Rappers Ninja and Yo-Landi Visser, who embrace a certain trash-punk aesthetic full of goth accents and abrasive lyrics and pop hooks, along with the producer God, are set to release their fifth studio album in September. They’ve also said it’ll be their last. If that’s true, it might be worth taking them seriously and getting a ticket for their upcoming show Saturday, Sept. 2, at San Francisco’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, with rapper Gucci Mane.
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