WPGC’s Tony Redz will showcase 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, send a clean .mp3 audio file, a short bio and social media links (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Bandcamp) to DMVSpotlight@wpgc.com.
We feature Miami native and DMV hustlin’ emcee extraordinaire Solo D & his new song “Double Tap That.”
After moving to Capital Heights, Md. at 14, Don Juan fell in love with Go-Go at an early age and made sure his stamp was solidified as a passionate supporter.
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.
Starting his career in the previous CD/street marketing/hand-to-hand era of mix tapes, Gerreddi has transitioned well in the world of digital media.
Having produced records behind the scene for a few national and independent artists like Young Dro, Playboy Tre, BoB and more, DB Bantino is definitely an artist to watch.
In a WPGC exclusive interview, Mr. Peter Parker talks with the artist and songwriter about the struggles of being a young rapper in the DMV, his social media game and the first time he heard his song on WPGC.
Here is a DMV Spotlight that has been long overdue: Female rapper and local superstar RatheMC needs no introduction to the DMV faithful.
In 2013, he recorded his first mixtape titled “Ahead of My Time” — a compilation of covers to various hits.