Wale has always been proud of his hometown of Washington, D.C. The rapper is known for bringing the city's soul to his music with go-go inspired beats and shouting out a plethora of popular D.C. establishments. From the Love club where so many historic parties have been held to the popular laid-back artsy vibe of Busboys and Poets, the city is known for great happenings.

The biggest decisions affecting America happen in the nation's capital, at one location that is a must-see. President Obama is the most famous resident and the city is a cultural hotspot with leading universities, iconic monuments and a melting pot of people from a variety of international origins.

With 'The Ambition' creator as your tour guide, he can take you to hidden gems and all the places you've only heard about while you're in town. Here's 10 Washington, D.C. Hotspots to Visit With Wale.

Speaking of Washington, D.C., the East Coast location is just one stop on Alicia Keys‘ Set the World On Fire tour. The songstress is currently on her worldwide trek and wants to get to know her fans in every city. She’s asking fans to send in photos of themselves in their cities, and with those photos, she will create a new music video for her song ‘Hallelujah’ in every city on her tour. To submit your photos to the ‘Your City, Your Video’ project, go here. The next deadline for photo submissions for the tour dates in Liverpool, Newcastle and Belfast is Mon., May 6. The submission period for dates prior to that has closed.