Tate Tucker (COL ’14) gains attention in blogosphere

Remember that freshman who freestyled for Lupe Fiasco two months ago? Tate Tucker (COL ’14) has been busy since then, gaining great exposure in the rap game. He was interviewed by the hip-hop media giant, The Source, about his experience with Lupe and his upcoming projects. That was all 2010, but 2011 is moving just […]

Lupe gets schooled by Michael Eric Dyson

This Wednesday, Georgetown’s fall concert performer Lupe Fiasco made a visit to Georgetown Professor Michael Eric Dyson‘s Sociology of Hip Hop course. The day before, Lupe Fiasco and Dyson gave a lecture on “The Future of Hip-Hop” at Drexel University. Tate Tucker, a Georgetown undergraduate, gave an impromptu performance while Lupe watched on. Lupe’s oft-delayed album, Lasers, will […]

H8er @$$ concert review: Lupe Fiasco

On Saturday night, Lupe Fiasco performed for a few thousand costume-clad students in McDonough parking lot. The chilly Halloween night was the backdrop for an odd show—and I loved it. Lupe has recently mixed rock influences into his repertoire, which came through in Saturday’s performance. He mostly stuck to his rapping and older tracks, while […]

Lupe Fiasco ticket prices finalized, already available online

As you already know, Lupe Fiasco will perform outside of McDonough Gymnasium on October 30 at 9:30 p.m. Tickets are already on sale online through Ticket Alternative, but will also be sold in Red Square, Vital Vittles, and Hoya Snaxa beginning this Tuesday. With a GOCard, the concert will cost $20 in advance, $25 at […]

Lupe Fiasco to perform at Georgetown’s Fall concert

The fall concert is back after a three-year hiatus. And all those ballots you cast last semester haven’t totally been ignored! According to the Hoya, Lupe Fiasco will perform Saturday, October 30 at 9:30 p.m. outside of McDonough Gymnasium. The performance will be sponsored by the Georgetown Program Board and Senior Class Council and funded […]

How you ranked artists for the GPB Spring Kick-off Concert

Back in January, the Georgetown Programming Board sent out an e-mail asking you to rank eight different artists it might be able to bring to campus for the Spring Kick-Off Concert. Now, Alexandra Kisielewski, the GPB Concert Chair, has compiled your votes and shared them with Vox. Kisielewski explained that because GPB conducted the survey […]