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Q: Hip hop clubs in Guangzhou

HoY!

anyone who can tell me about where i can find a hip hop club in Guangzhou? i am not thinking the kind of nightclub playing 50 cent and his ilk the whole night long, but rather more a live house where i can see local chinese acts? if it exists at all?

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10 years 5 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Guangzhou

 
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You might find this quite helpful Smile

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Try these clubs:

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