Vincent Gray, the current mayor of DC is taking an “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” approach and loosening the crackdown on minor weed charges. The Democrat incumbent signed a marijuana decriminalization bill yesterday, March 31 that still makes it affordable for offenders to visit their local sack man.
Wale has become infamous for using Twitter to voice his strong opinions and to lash out at critics just as much as he’s known for his music. Over the weekend , however, the D.C. rapper curiously deleted his account after the release of a diss track from a past collaborator.
Two aspiring rappers from the rough streets of Washington, D.C. and its outer regions have achieved an amazing feat. After a Kickstarter campaign surpassed their modest goals of $6,000, duo Pacman & Peso aim to shoot a video in North Korea in hopes to create an undeniable buzz for themselves.
On Tuesday (August 6) in Washington, D.C., the “revolutionary but gangsta” group dead prez thrilled audiences at the historic Howard Theater. With well more than a decade in the game, stic.man and M-1 have been dropping their politically-charged brand of Hip-Hop consistently with no signs of slowing down. HipHopWired caught up with them backstage after […]
Thirteen people were wounded in a drive-by shooting that occurred in front of a subsidized housing complex in Washington D.C.’s Northwest section early this morning. Police are looking for two dark-colored vehicles seen driving past the housing complex.
Wale’s work ethic is not to be messed with. Even though he’s dropped a new mixtape, and is prepping the release of album No. 3, its only fitting that he unleash a video for “No Days Off,” from his gold-plus selling album, Ambition.
Yesterday, President Obama took his oath in front of Supreme Court Chief Justice, John Roberts, and today is the inauguration. Braving the frigid weather in Washington D.C., the likes of Jay-Z, Beyoncé, and Eva Longoria are all in attendance, alongside political figures including Newt Gingrich, and President Jimmy Carter.