After graduating from Virginia State University and settling into a desk job, Marcus Gloster gave up what could’ve become comfortable in order to pursue a dream in music, rechristening himself Black Cobain. His hard work is starting to pay off: Washington DC native Wale, a fellow uncapped star and reigning figurehead for the region on the national stage, calls Black Cobain “one of the best rappers,” capable of holding his own anywhere. Here Black Cobain takes us back to Jefferson Village in Virginia, the neighborhood where he grew up, for a look at the past and a peek into the future.
September 22, 2011 9:00AM
POSTED September 22, 2011 9:00AM IN uncapped video