"That's what we're beginning to see with the collaboration between Falside and Juan Deuce," Francis said. "It also helps that they are great friends, and that connection really shines . . . Falside is enigmatic and, especially after seeing them together in videos, I think the fans are itching to see them together on stage.

"I had Juan open up the last time I played the Met and was pleasantly surprised to see that he had a grasp of showmanship, which is rare in our parts as far as rappers go.

"I haven't been this excited about a new hip-hop group in quite some time, and the fact that they're a local group creating a significant buzz outside of our state makes it especially awesome for me."

Yep, what he said.

B. DOLAN + JUAN DEUCE + CESCHI + PROLYPHIC | Saturday, February 11 @ 9 pm | PVD Social Club, 71 Richmond St | $10 | juandeuce.com + falside.com + strangefamousrecords.com

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