Kosha Dillz brings his “OY VEY USA” tour to Albany this Sunday, on the heels of the release of his latest video, “No You Can’t.” Celebrated for having “one of the best interactive freestyle shows, along with rhyming in Spanish, Hebrew, English, and even Yiddish,” the rapper takes his Jewish identity seriously. As he wrote last year: “I found myself unable to go on tour with other artists . . . who felt my Jewishness was intimidating them, because I was too intense. Religious people thought I wasn’t religious enough for them. . . . My whole family was killed in the Holocaust. Wasn’t theirs too? . . . Embracing the truth of who I really am is everything an artist is supposed to be.” Also on the bill: Mike Arson and Ozymandias.
The Low Beat, Albany
Sunday, 4/30, 7 PM