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.
Many singers and rappers are expressing their thoughts on the tragedy that struck the city of Boston as two explosions went off at the Boston Marathon's finish line around 3:15 p.m. on Monday, the Associated Press reports.
R&B and hip-hop lyrics have always excited the people -- but not always in a good way. Every once in a while, an artist will release a track that causes an onset of attacks from bloggers, critics and even social justice groups. As a result, the singers or rappers are faced with boycotts and removed from the radio.
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