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RTB 2012: Legends converge with Zion-I/Eligh/Grouch and Murs/Fashawn

The Living Legends are together, but they’re not together, sortakinda. Two ex-members and one current member of the inactive California underground crew took to the first two sets at the newly rechristened Paid Dues stage (formerly the Wu-Tang themed 36 Chambers stage) along with Zion-I and Fashawn.

Pictures: Waylan Choy and Amari Kenoly / August 26, 2012


The Living Legends are together, but they’re not together, sortakinda. Two ex-members and one current member of the inactive California underground crew took to the first two sets at the newly rechristened Paid Dues stage (formerly the Wu-Tang themed 36 Chambers stage) along with Zion-I and Fashawn. In the first set, Zion-I’s Zumbi and frequent collaborators The Grouch and Eligh took to the front while DJ AmpLive handled deck duty. Fashawn and Murs took the second set immediately after.

posted: August 26th, 2012, 7:25pm



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