Every Wednesday at 9 p.m., WPGC’s Tony Redz will be showcasing the best of the best up-and-coming artists in the DMV. The award-winning “DMV Spotlight” will feature the next big stars rising out of the area and provide a platform to help the area’s music scene progress. With so many superstar Hip-Hop and R&B artists already established from D.C., Md. & Va., it’s only right we shine the spotlight on who’s next…
To be considered for the “DMV Spotlight,” send clean .mp3 audio and a short bio along with social media links (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Bandcamp, ect) to WPGCDMVSpotlight@gmail.com.
** The “DMV Spotlight” was voted the “Best Radio Show of 2013″ by fans in the DMV. Read more on DMVLife.com.
Born and raised in Southeast Washington, D.C., rapper Topdolla Sweizy is the highlight of this week’s DMV Spotlight.
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After 10 years in the underground rap music scene, Landover Hills rapper and producer Kane Is Able shows off his skills on this week’s Spotlight with WPGC.
The DMV Spotlight highlights Runway Avenue, a DMV rapper who turns his personal struggles into music.
The DMV Spotlight highlights the multi-talented R&B singer, producer, and GRAMMY nominated songwriter Nelson Frank.
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In an exclusive interview with WPGC, Visto talks about his major mix tape, his exposure from The Washington Post and working with all the biggest rappers in the D.C. area.
This week’s Spotlight is on a true local legend, Southeast Slim — who is a very influential artist in the D.C. area.
Two DMV Spotlights for the price of one this week. First up, the man with one of the coolest names in the business: Nike Nando.