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Mystikal Joined In as Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars Brought the ‘Funk’ to ‘SNL': Watch

Mystikal showed up to perform his Ronson collab ‘Feel Right’ while Mars and Ronson brought the ‘Uptown Funk.’


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Beyoncé Wins Big at 2014 American Music Awards

Bey wasn’t the only Queen at the awards. One Direction, Katy Perry and Iggy Azalea went home winners too.


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Win Tickets to ‘WPGC Presents: Holla-Dayz’

Listen to WPGC for your chance to win tickets to WPGC Presents Holla-Dayz with French Montana and Jeremih.


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Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea Bring the ‘Booty’ to the AMAs: Watch

It was the final performance of the evening… and as far as fireworks go, it didn’t disappoint.


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Flags Lowered in D.C. for Marion Barry

Flags in Washington are flying at half-staff in honor of former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry.


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D.C. Remembers Marion Barry

Residents of the District of Columbia and politicians throughout the nation are mourning Sunday after the early morning death of former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry.


Marion Barry and his son Christopher embrace during the former mayor's inauguration in 1995. Barry passed away just after midnight Sunday, Nov. 23.(Photo Credit: ROBERT GIROUX/AFP/Getty Images)

Listen to Rev. Lee’s Marion Barry Tribute Show

This morning, Rev. Lee’s entire show was dedicated to Marion Barry and we had a slew of guests come on to reminisce, give their sympathies and remember this amazing man.


Barry at the HBO documentary Screening of "Nine Lives of Marion Barry" at the HBO Theater on August 6, 2009 in New York City. (Photo Credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

‘Mayor for Life’ Marion Barry Dead at 78

Marion Barry Jr., who served four terms as city mayor, died early Sunday morning at United Medical Center. He was 78.


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Rapper’s Hardcore Lyrics Could Land Him in Prison for Life

“If we are trying to criminalize artistic expression, what’s next, Brian De Palma and Al Pacino?” asks the rapper’s lawyer.



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