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Monday, Aug 26, 2013 at 10:16 AM
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By Tamara Palmer

Too $hort Collaborates with Lady Gaga

Too $hort Collaborates with Lady Gaga

Prominent Bay Area rapper Too $hort is collaborating with one of pop music's biggest stars. He'll appear on the next Lady Gaga album Artpop. Read »

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The San Francisco music scene is vibrant and eclectic; each district has its own vibe, its own rhythm, and its own social economy. The City: San Francisco Sounds is a blog that plugs the Bay Area audience in to local musicians and their music scenes.
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