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Meet Lil Yachty This Saturday

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Fans of Lil Yachty have not one, but two chances to meet the gravelly voiced rapper this Saturday, May 27, whose debut album Teenage Emotions drops this Friday, May 26. He’ll be doing in-store meet-and-greets at Amoeba Records on Haight St. at 2 p.m., and then he’ll schlep across the Bay Bridge for a signing at Berkeley’s Rasputin Music on Telegraph Ave.

And, if you buy Teenage Emotions at either store (on Friday, May 26 or Saturday, May 27), you’ll get a wristband that guarantees access to the meet-and-greets which are first come, first serve.

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Jessie Schiewe @j_schiewe

Jessie Schiewe was the Music Editor for SF Weekly from Fall 2015 to Summer 2017. She is now the editor and publisher of OK Whatever (www.okwhatever.org), an online publication dedicated to all things weird and strange. You can send her mail at jessie@okwhatever.org.

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