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Perception is reality

The Perceptionists performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night

  • Mr. Lif and Akrobatik – collectively known as The Perceptionists, a hip-hop group which rose to prominence in Boston and beyond in the early 2000s, performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night. “We quadrupled the black population here,” quipped Akrobatik about his two-man crew coming to Peterborough. Rapper Adeem of Peterborough opened the night performing with his longtime collaborator DJ MF Shalem. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • Mr. Lif and Akrobatik – collectively known as The Perceptionists, a hip-hop group which rose to prominence in Boston and beyond in the early 2000s, performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night. “We quadrupled the black population here,” quipped Akrobatik about his two-man crew coming to Peterborough. Rapper Adeem of Peterborough opened the night performing with his longtime collaborator DJ MF Shalem. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • Mr. Lif and Akrobatik – collectively known as The Perceptionists, a hip-hop group which rose to prominence in Boston and beyond in the early 2000s, performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night. “We quadrupled the black population here,” quipped Akrobatik about his two-man crew coming to Peterborough. Rapper Adeem of Peterborough opened the night performing with his longtime collaborator DJ MF Shalem. Staff photo by Ben Conant—

  • Mr. Lif and Akrobatik – collectively known as The Perceptionists, a hip-hop group which rose to prominence in Boston and beyond in the early 2000s, performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night. “We quadrupled the black population here,” quipped Akrobatik about his two-man crew coming to Peterborough. Rapper Adeem of Peterborough opened the night performing with his longtime collaborator DJ MF Shalem. Staff photo by Ben Conant—


Tuesday, December 04, 2018 11:33AM

Mr. Lif and Akrobatik – collectively known as The Perceptionists, a hip-hop group which rose to prominence in Boston and beyond in the early 2000s, performed at Harlow’s Pub on Friday night. “We quadrupled the black population here,” quipped Akrobatik about his two-man crew coming to Peterborough.

Rapper Adeem of Peterborough opened the night performing with his longtime collaborator DJ MF Shalem.