368 Music Group
Im proud to see real dudes that beat the odds to this point get up and try there best to represent there city but we need the fans to start showing more Love each 1 teach 1 we can breack the cycle of Hate each person tells another person about the good music in the DMV and we can move foward its january by Summer the momentum gona be crazy..
This is one area of the country that still has a sense of true hip-hop. From what I've heard, beats capture that 'essence' and lyrics aren't dumb down.
My DMV Hip-Hop Pride lies in the artists whose professionalism has grown in tandem with their talents. These are the same people who have continued to invest in themselves as artists, year after year, and not get "too big for their britches" before achieving any substantial success. Despite the high level of mediocrity that still exists, and is unfortunately supported, their are artists in the DMV who "get it" and "got it". More people linking with a team of individuals who have clearly defined roles, know their jobs, and will correct you when you're wrong, is another refreshing change I've seen with in the past year. All of this progressive activity has gotten the attention of media outlets - near and far, blogs to TV - letting music listeners on the outside of the scene know that something besides politics is brewing in and around the beltway. I hope that this same level of progress continues to grow at an excelerated pace for many years to come, and that there will be a handful of DMV rappers who become household names across the globe.
The Glass House