Since we're discussing club events that reference the mouth, why not one that's named for candy? The Chocolate Factory is the latest weekly gig to spring from the hip-hop-obsessed brain of Francois Baptiste and his associates at 3 Deep Productions and ENT. Every Thursday night at Bash (19th and Blake), Baptiste and a crew that includes DJs Big Daddy Rallo and Shawn Blaze spin old- and new-school hip-hop, R&B and dancehall reggae. It's a yummy mix, all right, one that returns a welcome dose of hip-hop culture to a sanitized LoDo. But that's not all Baptiste is up to: La Rumba is his newish Wednesday- and Friday-night fete at the midtown club of the same name; each week, DJs Tony V, Javio and Chonz spin hip-hop, house and Latin grooves for the loco crowd. Baptiste is also hosting a new radio show -- The Mix Tape Show -- with rapper Kingdom and DJ Chonz; the program airs Sunday nights at 11 p.m. on KS/FM 107.5. It's fun to watch Monsieur Baptiste take Denver's hip-hop community to deeper places.