Vice President Kamala Harris threw an epic block social gathering on the entrance garden of her Washington, D.C. residence and invited a few of hip-hop’s greatest stars to supply the leisure.
The hip-hop celebration went down on September 9, spearheaded by VP Harris, to commemorate the music style’s fiftieth anniversary.
Outstanding musical icons, together with Lil Wayne, who had previously supported Donald Trump in 2020, Widespread, Too Brief, Jeezy, Fats Joe, Remy Ma, Doug E. Contemporary, Slick Rick, MC Lyte, and Wale, amongst others, graced the occasion. In partnership with the Recording Academy’s Black Music Coalition and Reside Nation City, Harris celebrated the profound affect of Hip-Hop on international tradition.
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Among the many hits, Lil Wayne did a rendition of “Mrs. Officer,” whereas iconic lyricist Too Brief carried out his well-known tracks “Blow The Whistle” and “Life Is…”
Though the occasion was successful for many, many critics are speculating the shindig was simply an try by President Joe Biden’s group to court docket the Black citizens.
It is election season, and you already know what which means: it is time for Kamala Harris to begin doing the Tether Tango as a approach to pander for the Black vote pic.twitter.com/qDuTFgduAm
— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) September 9, 2023
Harris, an Oakland, California native, expressed her private reference to Hip-Hop, stating it has been integral to her life since its inception. Whereas attendees loved the festivities, with Harris even captured on video dancing, though many thought her strikes had been a bit compelled. Some consider that such gestures, mixed with Biden’s 2021 declaration of Juneteenth as a federal vacation, point out a bid to realize favor with Black voters.
Whatever the political intentions, seeing a few of hip-hop’s biggest hitmakers collect on one stage is fairly superior.