I was expecting to see my friends in the League of Extraordinary G’z when I got to the Javelina, but I wasn’t expecting to run into my homeboy Fort Knox from Atlanta, who was actually in Austin to MC several different showcases, including this one. The League is arguably Austin’s best rap group, if it can be actually called a rap group and not a collective, for there are actually smaller rap groups within LOEGz. Their performance at the smaller Javelina venue was without their live drummer, but it was still dynamic, opening with their anthemic “On Your Neck, Ass and Elbows”, always done in honor of Esbe, the 6th Street Bully, a League member who passed away of an undiagnosed medical condition in 2011. National recognition for the League of Extraordinary G’z is long overdue. Their performance at Javelina was followed by none other than Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys.