GUSA Senator “DJ LaMagnz” keepin’ Facilities honest in Youtube videos

DJ Vox is in the building, here to announce that Daniel LaMagna is in the building! Part-time GUSA senator representing some of the chill inhabitants of Henle Village, and full-time worshipper at the altars of the rap gods,… Read More

Georgetown baseball player pursues rap career

Mike Seander, a graduate student on Georgetown’s baseball team, caught the attention of the Washington Post yesterday. Not for his on-the-field talents, though. You see, Seander raps. (His rap name? Mike Stud.) “It’s absurd,” Dan Capeless, his teammate,… Read More

NBA star Ron Artest’s inexplicable, heavily-auto-tuned ode to Georgetown Girls

By releasing the single “Georgetown Girl” this past March, NBA star Ron Artest managed to catch the attention of some Hoyas for a reason other than his erratic behavior and fiery temperment. Now Artest, who famously started the… Read More

DC voting rights rap is awesome

Via DCist,the first (and best) rap about DC voting rights. It’s got Eleanor Holmes Norton crossing her arms, all sorts of DC residents asking for their rights, and a heartbreaking intro.Best of all, around 2:00 rapper Joe L…. Read More

Move over, Lil’ Wayne

My infatuation with Mike Jones began in 2005 when “Who is Mike Jones?” was released. I was mesmerized by his self-promotion, narcissism (2-8-1-3-3-0-8-0-0-fo’, anyone?), generic beats, poor enunciation (those pesky grills) and unabashed reliance on the “they used… Read More