The following evening, Monday, Oct. 10, continue an exploration of hip-hop’s seeming dominance as a force in popular culture—and, consequently concert-booking and show-attending human proclivities in the Duke City—by taking a trip over to Sunshine Theater (120 Central SW). Schoolboy Q will be performng there as part of his Blank Face LP Tour. Quncy Matthew Hanley, a West Coast rapper with a definitive East Coast flair and attitude, began his career with a mixtape called Schoolboy Turned Hustla, a hard-edged effort that led to a record deal and later collaborations with Kendrick Lamar in a group called Black Hippy. Cali pretentions aside, Q’s work was and continues to be deeply influenced by the likes of 50-Cent and Jay-Z. His own style is aggressively beat-conscious, raw and wry with an ironic twist; Schoolboy Q’s flow sometimes contradicts the musical atmosphere in which he operates, making for hypnotically opaque journeys through sound and life. Joey Bada$$ opens. It will cost between $40-$160 to get into this world teeming with tough tuneage, beginning at 7pm.