Music » Makin' the Scene

Eric Wilson CD-release party, at Spitboxers Reloaded

9:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 27, $5/women admitted free before 10 p.m. The Hi-Fi Club, 11729 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, 216-521-8878.

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After 20 years in the game as a producer and rhymer, Eric Wilson makes his solo debut with The Warm Up. Formerly of the gangsta-oriented Bar-Nun group in the late '90s, Wilson has matured, more recently producing cuts for Midwest Mafia and Jay-Kool. His first disc charts his steps toward a more conscious style, relates some of the treacherous detours he's taken, and points to the promise of a new direction. "This is a reminder to people of who I am," says Wilson. "This is a warm-up of things to come."

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