ARTS Pick: Project Pat

Project Pat brings the beats of southern hip-hop from Memphis to the Main Street Annex on Friday. Publicity photo Project Pat brings the beats of southern hip-hop from Memphis to the Main Street Annex on Friday. Publicity photo

Rap lovers know that the best beats come from hard-hitting rhythms coupled with solid flows of raw lyrics. That’s why Project Pat remains a standout of the genre. The brother of Three 6 Mafia member Juicy J, Pat gives fans exactly what they want; a steady roll of unabashed rap glory. Characterized by a pulsing bass and unapologetic lyrics, Pat’s performances are as honest as they are raw, providing fans with an experience that will still be pumping long after the beat is gone.

Friday 8/8. $20, 10pm. 21-plus. Main Street Annex, 219 Water St. 817-2400.

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