Terminator X helmed the wheels of steel for Public Enemy during the legendary rap group’s first run of classic albums before making a rather sharp career change in the late nineties. (He’s probably the only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee who is also, no joke, an ostrich farmer in rural North Carolina.)

This Sunday, June 23, from noon to 5:00 p.m., the guy who helped create iconic songs like “Bring the Noise” and “Fight the Power” will be decamping from Henderson, North Carolina to spin classic soul, funk, and R&B records at The Patio, Unscripted Durham’s rooftop pool and lounge. It’s a bar, so you have to be twenty-one, but there’s no cover charge.

And seriously, read our story about how J. Gunn once lost a rap battle because of Terminator X and his ostriches; it’s wild.

Correction: This post originally misstated the day of the event. It is Sunday, not Saturday.

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