Bad Gyal’s D.C. debut felt like an event

“It was uncharacteristically busy in the D.C.-area music world Thursday night. Fans of R&B might be seeing Kelela at the 9:30 Club. Hip-hop heads had ASAP Ferg and friends at the Fillmore. Country music came to the Rock & Roll Hotel via Tyler Childers. But if you were looking for the future-present of club music, you had to be in the subterranean confines of Union Stage to see Bad Gyal.”

Read more in The Washington Post.

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