IT'S ABOUT TIME WE HAD A
24 Hrs a day
7 days a wk 365 days a yr
Da DJ that saved Go-Go
You asked for it, well it's finally here. An All New Go-Go Radio Station that's focused on evolving our Culture. A radio station that focused on Today's Go-Go Bands and Music. A 24 hour, 365 day a year station for the Go-Go lover in you. Starting November 2018, the station will be up and running for your listening pleasure. Whether you are riding in your car, cleaning up the house on a Saturday morning, or working out at the gym, Go-Go Music Radio is a Click away.
The Live programming shows have arrived. This is the new home of the DC M.U.S.I.C. Midday Show featuring DJ Supa Dan and the legend Supa Coop aka Terrance Cooper and much more.
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SUPA DAN'S & SUPA COOPS
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One of the hottest DJ's in the Washington DC area. His motto, 'I move 'em from ages 8 to 80. The best Go-Go DJ in the industry that spins for all occasion. Book him today at 202-749-2587
The Washington Wizards has a new G League basketball team named after our genre. Thank you Ted Leonsis. The industry got your back.
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2019 Go Go Awards is coming Sunday Novemeber 17th. Go pick your winners for the different Catergories.
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Wanna know more about to movement.
Give yourselves a round of applause. We came together and we got the fundingo for UMC(22.1 Million) and We got the approval to open the New Bannekker School. #DontMuteDC
Go-Go Movement Uplifting Safe Independent Communities
An activist behind the #DontMuteDC campaign is pushing to open a museum dedicated to Go-go music in Anacostia, arguing the genre is a “national treasure.”
“We just have to make sure that we help protect and preserve it in the right way,” Ron Moten said.
Moten and his partners at Check It Enterprises are currently working on buying three buildings along Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave. SE, near U Street.