At the end of 2006, I predicted that two hiphop labels, Mass Line and Sportn' Life, would have the biggest impact on the local scene in 2007. I was almost right. Mass Line had a spectacular year; Sportn' Life did not. Two reasons: One, rapper Fatal Lucciauno went to jail right after Sportn' Life released his CD; and two, Dyme Def and J.Pinder, the hottest young rappers in Seattle, left the label for greener pastures. The blows, however, did not kill the label. It still has D.Black. This show is all about the return of Sportn' Life. (Chop Suey, 1325 E Madison St, 324-8000. 8 pm, $7, all ages.)