Tonight’s Concert Picks: Bahamadia at Johnny Brenda’s, Tunji Ige at Underground Arts, White Denim at Union Transfer and more

Bahamadia’s Kollage

Philly rapper Bahamadia released her debut record Kollage way back in 1996. Tonight, she celebrates the album’s 20th anniversary with a performance at Johnny Brenda’s. Nostalgic fans of 90s hip-hop won’t want to miss out on this. Grab tickets via the XPN Concert Calendar.

Fans of hip-hop will have a tough choice tonight, as up-and-coming 22-year-old Tunji Ige will also be playing at Underground Arts. His new record, Missed Calls, which was produced by Philly native Noah Breakfast, features a catchy mix of flows and autotuned hooks. It all makes for a solid combination that feels heavily influenced by recent Kanye West. Grab tickets at the XPN Concert Calendar.

Austin four-piece White Denim have been making exciting, complex prog rock that draws on blues since 2008. Their new record Stiff is similar in sound to past releases, but when the music is good, there’s no reason to change. Grab tickets here to catch their show tonight at Union Transfer.

Also playing:

Joseph Arthur at The Sellersville Theater (8 p.m., $21.50-$29.50, all ages)

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