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Coda: Lil B brings #based to D.C.; Buddy Guy talks future of blues; It ain't easy being Kings of Leon

We ended the week on Click Track with two of the most prolific people in music. Online phenom Lil B, the "Based God" visits D.C. for a pair of shows this weekend and we talked to him about what exactly he means when he says "very rare." Robert Pollard brought reunited, alcohol-fueled indie rock heroes Guided By Voices to 9:30 Club and it was sorta/kinda like a baseball game. Blues legend Buddy Guy talked about the bleak future of the genre. In light of Kanye West (maybe) having his cover art banned, we offered a handy list on how to make sure you stay on the shelves. Kings of Leon are going through a it's-tough-being-a-rock-star phase. Two sad deaths this week: Post-punk trailblazer Ari Up of the Slits and jazz great Marion Brown. See you next week; stay based.

By Click Track  | October 22, 2010; 4:58 PM ET
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