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Asheru

D.C.-based hip hop artist Asheru, who performs the opening and closing themes for popular series The Boondocks, is a pioneer in the hip hop education movement and is the first emcee to win the Peabody Award for Journalism.Through his latest album, Sleepless in Soweto, Asheru hopes to share about his recent travels and cultural exchange between D.C.

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One Mic: Pass the Mic with Asheru

Hosted by Busboys and Poet's Director of Poetry Events (D.o.P.E.) Bomani Armah, this event celebrates the poetic legacy of hip-hop with DC artist/educator Asheru, showcasing the connection between hip-hop MCs and the American poets.

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Upcoming Millennium Stage Performances

Watch these performances free at the Kennedy Center or online.

Asheru’s Guerilla Arts Ink

9/27/14: Asheru’s Guerilla Arts Ink

The hip-hop artist, educator, and youth activist known for his progressive, genre-bending style performs with other artists from the Guerilla Arts Ink label.


Watch Past Performances

Asheru 10/26/13: Asheru

The D.C. hip-hop artist, known for writing and performing the opening theme song of the popular TV series, The Boondocks, showcases material from his upcoming release Sleepless in Soweto, a musical dedication to South Africa. This performance is a preview of the Center’s spring festival One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide.

Asheru

The D.C. hip-hop artist, known for writing and performing the opening theme song of the popular TV series, The Boondocks, showcases material from his upcoming release Sleepless in Soweto, a musical dedication to South Africa. This performance is a preview of the Center’s spring festival One Mic: Hip-Hop Culture Worldwide.
Asheru 2/18/11: Asheru

The D.C.-based artist, who performs the opening and closing themes for popular series The Boondocks, is a pioneer in hip hop education and is the first MC to win the Peabody Award for Journalism.

Asheru

The D.C.-based artist, who performs the opening and closing themes for popular series The Boondocks, is a pioneer in hip hop education and is the first MC to win the Peabody Award for Journalism.

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