WPGC's Galentine's Day with TinasheCheck out highlights from WPGC 95.5's Galentine's Day event, hosted by Poet, with singer Tinashe at the District Live on February 13, 2018.
A Sneak Peek of the Black Panther Pop-Up ShopGreg Jackson Jr. of The Wave tells WPGC's Poet about D.C.'s "Black Panther" pop-up, which features themed cocktails, art pieces and installations, and more. The pop-up shop is open through Monday, February 19. Get your tickets at www.TheWaveUSA.com
Fat Trel Sits Down with WPGC's D.CarterFat Tral sat with WPGC's D.Carter for a game of "Quick 10," and talked about his plans for the near future.
Poet Makes Holiday Cocktails from MonzaFireside sangria?! Learn how to make the perfect seasonal cocktail for your New Year's Eve party with WPGC 95.5's Poet Taylor and Monza's Nik Hasberry.
Poet Sings Karaoke for Lyft’s Merry ModeKaraoke in a Lyft? WPGC 95.5's Poet tries it out. A small fleet of Lyft cars will be covered in ugly sweaters and with festive holiday decorations to set the mood for in-car karaoke during Merry Mode, December 14 through December 17. All fares from Merry Mode will be donated to Martha’s Table.
Maino Gets Real About Young Rappers and Drugs on WPGC TVMaino, the legendary Brooklyn rapper, gets real with WPGC 95.5's Tony Redz to talk about drug use among young, up-and-coming rappers: "I'm not even sure if it's a reflection of what's actually happening, and they just talking about it, or is it that they tryin' to make it cool?" (Video shot by Peter Grams of Iconic Quest Entertainment).
Whitney Woerz- Not So Silent 2017Whitney Woerz, a 17-year-old singer sat down with 94.7 Fresh FM's Dana about being a high-schooler in the music industry, dealing with bullying and more.
Not So Silent Night 2017 HighlightsOur 5th Annual Not So Silent Night featured Andy Grammer, Rachel Platten, Andreas Moss, Whitney Woerz, and the Cardinal Shehan Choir at The Fillmore Silver Spring.. (Video by Jae Benear, ConfusedStyleofart)
Andreas Moss on Addiction and MarriageAndreas Moss, an up-and-coming R&B singer from Sweden, opens up to Darik Kristofer about struggling with addiction, being a gay man married to a woman, and his new single "Stuck in My Feelings."