When he dropped "The Measure" this month, it became clear that L.e for the Uncool was in fact very cool, at least among acolytes of Columbus hip-hop. The nasally rhyme rocker floored listeners with his latest project, a year-long collaboration with Elevator Music producer Rashad.

When he dropped "The Measure" this month, it became clear that L.e for the Uncool was in fact very cool, at least among acolytes of Columbus hip-hop. The nasally rhyme rocker floored listeners with his latest project, a year-long collaboration with Elevator Music producer Rashad.

L.e's buzz is such that he feels like now is the time to uproot from his hometown in favor of the bright lights of the big city. So Saturday's 6 p.m. set at Rocktoberfest will be the rapper born Vada Mitchell's last local gig before moving to New York.

Don't be "Late 4 That."