Show Review: The Pangea Reunion Show (aka The House Party of the Year)

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If you love St. Louis hip-hop and weren't at Pangea's house party reunion show in south city last night, then I am truly sorry for you. The past, present and future of St. Louis hip-hop were all gathered in one room, performing and having a blast.

While the event was promoted heavily with flyers and on MySpace pages, it still managed to be low-key. The crowd was large but friendly, and the show went down in the basement of the house. It was smoky, crowded and hot as hell, just like a good house party should be.  

The hosts of the party, the Midwest Avengers, opened things up with a handful of their rock/rap jams.

Next up were the stars of the evening, Rockwell Knuckles and Wafeek, reunited under the banner of Pangea.

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With Trackstar the DJ on the turntables, the pair plowed through a half dozen songs that included cuts from Knuckles' 
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Eventually the show turned into a sort of Best of 2008 St. Louis hip-hop revue. Family Affair took the stage to perform "Bang 2 Slang" with Rockwell. Black Spade picked up mic to sing the soulful chorus on "Her Perfume," while Rocky and Feek rapped their verses from the song, which was on Spade's
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Vandalyzm

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Black Spade
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Wafeek

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Wafeek again

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Tef Poe

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The Midwest Avengers
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Family Affair
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Wafeek and Rockwell Knuckles

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Wafeek

-- Keegan Hamilton

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