Hip hop trio Migos electrified Echostage in a sold-out show at Echostage on Sunday night, dishing out songs from their new album Culture, which dropped in January via Quality Control Entertainment.
Who can sell out DC’s Echostage (capacity: 6,000) two nights in a row and get Washington to party as hard as Miami or Ibiza? One sure answer: Tiësto.
On Feb. 24, Thundercat released his new album Drunk, a 23-track “journey into his often hilarious, sometimes dark mind,” according to record label Brainfeeder. And then came to U Street Music Hall on Sunday in an accompanying tour!
After a period of uncertainty that the five members of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony would ever perform together again, the audience at The Fillmore Silver Spring gave the Cleveland hip hop collective a warm welcome on Saturday.
Isaiah Rashad of Top Dawg Entertainment stopped by U Street Music Hall on Thursday to rap for an enthusiastic sold-out audience. His “Lil Sunny Tour” came to DC with special guests Lance Skiiiwalker and Jay IDK.
Former Stained frontman Aaron Lewis has gone country, and he visited The Fillmore Silver Spring on Wednesday in support of his second solo album, SINNER.