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House of Pain reuniting again, Organized Noize & No Malice getting documentaries, and more hip hop news

House of Pain

Veteran LA rap group House of Pain, best known for “Jump Around,” are reuniting once again this year around St. Patrick’s Day like they did in 2010. A few shows are announced, including Boston on St. Patrick’s Day proper, followed by two NYC-area stops.

The NYC-area shows happen at Wellmont Theatre on March 18 and Irving Plaza on March 19. Tickets for those shows go on Live Nation/Music Geeks presales today (2/10) at 10 AM (passwords = “awards” and “musicgeeks”). General on-sale starts Friday (2/12) at 10 AM. All dates are listed below.

In other old-school hip hop news, production group Organized Noize, who famously worked with OutKast, Goodie Mob and more, are subject of a new documentary called The Art of Organized Noize which is premiering at SXSW. A week later the masses can see it too — it will be on Netflix starting March 22. OutKast appear in the trailer, as do Future, Puff Daddy and more. Watch that below.

Another upcoming rap documentary is End of Malice on Clipse member No Malice. The doc includes appearances by his Clipse partner Pusha T and frequent collaborator Pharrell. It comes out on March 27 on Revolt TV, and there will also be a film tour which hits NYC on March 2 at AMC Loews 19th St. East 6. Tickets for that screening are on sale now. All dates are listed, with the trailer, below.

On a more R&B-oriented note, the ‘Ladies Night R&B Super Jam’ takes place Friday (2/12) at Barclays Center with Jodeci, Faith Evans, Jagged Edge, SWV, The Lox, Carl Thomas, Blackstreet, Total and Black Rob. Tickets are available.

Tickets for the recently-announced Slum Village, Black Milk and Guilty Simpson show at Higline Ballroom go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Freddie Gibbs show at the same venue also go on sale at noon.

For something newer, Iamsu, fresh off playing SOB’s two weeks ago, returns to the venue on March 24 with Ishdarr, Stro and DonMonique. Tickets are on sale.

More upcoming hip hop in NYC includes Future, Kanye West, Del The Funky Homosapien, Mobb Deep, Pusha T, Rockie Fresh, Jazz Cartier, Flatbush Zombies, Lauryn Hill, Kool Keith, and still more.

What else?

House of Pain — 2016 Tour Dates
Feb 20 Raggamuffin Festival Auckland, New Zealand
Mar 17 Royale Boston, MA
Mar 18 Wellmont Theatre Montclair, NJ
Mar 19 Irving Plaza New York, NY

End of Malice Film Screenings
2/15 Evansville, IN – AMC 16 – Hosted by I Am Second

2/16 Louisville, KY – Cinemark Mall St. Matthews and XD – Hosted by St. Stephen Baptist

2/17 St. Louis, MO – AMC Creve Coeur 12 – Hosted by I Am Second

2/18 Chicago, IL – AMC Showplace Galewood 14 – Hosted by HipHopDX

2/22 New Orleans, LA – AMC Elmwood Palace 20 – Hosted by I Am Second

2/23 Memphis, TN – Malco Studio on the Square – Hosted by Memphis Athletic Ministries

2/24 Birmingham, AL – Carmike Vestavia Hills 10 – Hosted by Restoration Academy

2/25 Atlanta, GA – AMC North DeKalb Mall 16 – Hosted by Peace Prep

2/29 Philadelphia, PA – Rave Cinemas University City 6 – Hosted by AllHipHop

3/1 Neward, New Jersey – AMC Loews : Jersey Gardens 20 & IMAX – Hosted by The K.I.N.G. Movement

3/2 New York, NY – AMC Loews 19th St. East 6 – Hosted by Vibe Magazine

3/3 Virginia Beach, VA – AMC Lynnhaven 18 – Hosted by AllHipHop and Revolt TV

3/7 Oklahoma City, OK – Quail Springs – Hosted by Urban Bridge

3/8 Dallas, TX – AMC Northpark 15 – Hosted by I Am Second

3/9 Houston, TX – AMC Studio 30 – Hosted by Rapzilla

3/10 Los Angeles, CA – Rave Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15 – Hosted by HipHopDX and Revolt TV

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