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  • Kareema Cockrell: Bluu

    Kareema Cockrell: Bluu

    Kareema Cockrell is a Syracuse, NY native now living in Washington DC.

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  • Lowercase Letters: Hook​-​Up Fee

    Lowercase Letters: Hook​-​Up Fee

    Alphie and JB, also known as lowercase letters, came by the studios to share stories and songs. We had a great time with them. This was one of their gems. Follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/lowercaselmnop) and check out their links below. You can also buy their music on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-g/id477750081). http://www.lowercaselettersmusic.com/ http://www.johnbeckhammusic.com/

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  • Shea Butter(fly): Still Breathin

    Shea Butter(fly): Still Breathin

    Born an raised Diamond District Native Shea Butter(fly) delivers some soulful riffs for The Angle. https://www.facebook.com/sheabutterfly

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  • David Spitzberg: Everyone’s a Spitz-O-Matic

    David Spitzberg: Everyone’s a Spitz-O-Matic

    Dave has been playing drums and percussion since the age of 9, is a full-time educator for Prince George’s County Public Schools, been a music instructor at Camp Arena Stage for seven summers, and has performed throughout the DC Metropolitan area. In 2009, he performed junk percussion in the America’s Got Talent Auditions. In 2008, Dave sang and played every weekend in a professional percussion group at the National Harbor. He was featured in the Washington Post Weekend Section in […]

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  • Heidi Martin and Samir Moulay: Mother Tongue

    Heidi Martin and Samir Moulay: Mother Tongue

    Vocalist and composer Heidi Martin began her career singing in church in her home city, Washington, D.C. A protégé of legendary drummer/vocalist Grady Tate, Martin flourished under his direction and soon introduced herself to the New York jazz scene in a rewarding showcase at Birdland. She went on to perform at famous New York haunts such as the Blue Note, the Knitting Factory, Zinc Bar (w/Ron Affif) and Metronome, among others. She also performed in D.C. area at Blues Alley […]

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  • Alphie and JB (lowercase letters): Can’t Won’t Rush

    Alphie and JB (lowercase letters): Can’t Won’t Rush

    Alphie and JB, also known as lowercase letters, came by the studios to share stories and songs. We had a great time with them. This was one of their gems. Follow them on Twitter (http://twitter.com/lowercaselmnop) and check out their links below. You can also buy their music on iTunes (http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/a-g/id477750081). http://www.lowercaselettersmusic.com/ http://www.johnbeckhammusic.com/

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  • Akua & Kris: Sinnerman

    Akua & Kris: Sinnerman

    “Sinner Man” or “Sinnerman” is an American traditional spiritual song from the turn of the century. Jazz vocalist and DC-native Akua Allrich has proven herself to be a musician of extraordinary talent and crowd-moving passion. With finesse and charisma, this vocalist, composer and teacher, has successfully etched out a place for her unique musical expression, electrifying audiences with sold-out performances. The launching of her freshman album, A Peace of Mine, in 2010, earned the young artist’s music and performances international […]

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  • Heidi Martin: Moon in Scorpio

    Heidi Martin: Moon in Scorpio

    Vocalist and composer Heidi Martin began her career singing in church in her home city, Washington, D.C. A protégé of legendary drummer/vocalist Grady Tate, Martin flourished under his direction and soon introduced herself to the New York jazz scene in a rewarding showcase at Birdland. She went on to perform at famous New York haunts such as the Blue Note, the Knitting Factory, Zinc Bar (w/Ron Affif) and Metronome, among others. She also performed in D.C. area at Blues Alley […]

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  • Afi: Unbelievable

    Afi: Unbelievable

    Multitalented, Afi sings and pens tunes worthy of Washington DCs soulful heritage. This Howard University musical theatre graduate began performing at the age of two in traditional African dance. She soon incorporated singing, drama, and other forms of dance into her repertoire. http://afigotsoulmusic.com

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  • Maimouna Youssef: These Jeans

    Maimouna Youssef: These Jeans

    Maimouna “Mumu Fresh” Youssef is a Grammy nominated seasoned singer, emcee, songwriter and poet. She received a Grammy nomination for her contribution on the Roots hit “Don’t Feel Right” in 2007 for best rap song.

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