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777: Livesavas

Isamu Jordan / The Spokesman-Review

Lifesavas came through Riverfront Park and darn-near set fire to the sky. As if the park wasn’t hot enough already, Lifesavas sundown set brought the crowd to it’s feet with bouncing chants and turntable acrobatics. Like Blue Scholars, Lifesavas brings back the golden era of hip-hop, when the deejay set the foundation for the party to jump off. DJ The Rev. Shines kept the crowd controlled like a wireless remote while rappers Jumbo and Vurs ricocheted rhymes back and forth like one voice panning in stereo. The set was filled with bangers from “Spirit In Stone” as well as tracks from the Portland trio’s new album, “Gutterfly.”

 
Tags: 7, hip-hop, Lifesavas, music, Rap, Riverfront Park

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