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DMV United will shine the spotlight on local musicians DMV United is a party that will showcase local hip hop and R artists. The event takes place at Marygolds (8827 Annapolis Road, Lanham, MD) on Friday, September 21, 2012. DMV United is unique because only music from DC based artists will be played during the course of the evening. So instead of listening to MTV darlings like Nicki Minaj, 2 Chainz, Drake, and Lil Wayne you can expect to hear tracks by hometown standouts such as Fat Trel, Shy Glizzy, Lightshow, Lyriciss, Tese Fever, and RA The MC. According to event organizer Eddie Kayne, the concept behind DMV United is to give our regional musicians the same platform and opportunity that Radio One and Clear Channel give to their feature artists. "This is the first time a party of this magnitude is being dedicated to the DMV. We're doing it 'club style' where the artists can see people dance to their music like it was Ibiza, Fur, or Cafe Asia." Mr. Kayne actually got the idea for this event from an experience he had at a Miami nightclub back in 2005. "An up and coming DJ named Khaled was spinning at Club Opium and he played a new record 10 times that night. It was titled 'Hustlin' by a then unknown rapper named Rick Ross. Eight months later they were playing the song on WPGC." DC musicians have complained for years about how difficult it is to get the area radio stations and nightclubs to play their material. Mr. Kayne believes it's time to do something about it. "When you go to Atlanta, Miami, and Texas, you hear them play their own artists. We have a lot of artists here in DC with hit records they just need the chance to be heard. Our clubs won't play us so we'll play our own music. We'll create our own lane and hit their pockets." DMV United is also different from the usual showcases because there will be no performances. It will be straight 'club style' all night. This format may prove challenging because historically events without live performances or an open mic have not been supported by the local hip hop community. To ensure the success of DMV United, Eddie Kayne has enlisted a who's who of the DC music industry. The show is being co hosted by P Stew (WKYS), Dirty Game Entertainment, Bishop Twan, DMV Talk Radio, WLVS Radio, Queen Charis, and Moviehood TV. DJ Sinbad and DJ Funkregulata Celo (WPGC) will be rocking on the 1's and 2's. DMV United is free to ladies all night and for gentlemen the admission will only be $10. The doors will be open from 10:00 pm until 3:00 am. The first will be Wednesday at Jackie Lee's (116 Kennedy Street, NW), and the second will be Thursday at the Big Chair Cafe (2122 MLK Avenue, SE). Sidney "DCSuperSid" Thomas is a native Washingtonian who is passionate about all genres of music, especially DC's underground culture. He has had numerous articles and photographs published in local periodicals. Mr.