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During his second ‘Summer Sixteen’ show in Washington D.C., Drake paid tribute to the city by performing a Gogo version of his smash hit, “One Dance.” For those unfamiliar, Gogo is a regional style of music popularized by Chuck Brown in the ’70s. However, not too many people are happy with Drake’s attempt at the style, labelling it as “cultural appropriation.” Watch the performance below and check out what people are saying about it.
— UTOR (@utorlive) August 21, 2016
nigga drake did a gogo version of one dance in dc dis cultural appropriation shit done gone too far now
— BOOBOO DA DAMN FOOL (@LILWRONGHOLE) August 21, 2016
yall needa tell yall man drake gogo is off limits
— L$D (@KuntaKeaKizzy) August 21, 2016
drake every time he comes to dc: "gogo! mumbo sauce! howard university! dc! heck yea!"
— emma (@drakekeyboard) August 21, 2016
But that's not back….nvm…. actually nvm that nvm Drake could've got a real Gogo band tf that was horrible https://t.co/RWA2dVTLqN
— .UrbanPosh. (@DMVReject) August 21, 2016