Wassup Té
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Wassup Té

Washington, Washington, D.C., United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013

Washington, Washington, D.C., United States
Established on Jan, 2013
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Born : January 19

SE,Washington D.C

Wassup Te' 

Aka

Te' Boogie / Te'Boogie The Poet/ TBTP


Wassup Te' is an artist, CEO, creator and influencer. 


His work as a millennial activist, has brought him titles such as actor, ambassador, author, creative director, film director, MC, rapper, singer and poet. 


 Before sitting as the creative director on the board of Washington DC's renown urban agricultural super non-profit "The Green Scheme" 

founded and headed by Washington DC's own Ronnie Webb, and Jerome Nesbitt. 

Where the mission is to bring awareness and justice to food/social inequalities in the inner city and surrounding demographics through urban gardening and gathering, Te' gained earlier credits as an activist/ambassador with B.A.P (Bless All People) critically acclaimed "modem day black panther movement" founded in 2010 by Rashad Carmichael, who's mission was to influence the youth to act and move with unity for all that is right and just.  

Now having help spearhead several partnerships with the Green Scheme including their partnership with The YMCA,  and most recently DC Greens, which the two together have planned to place a fresh produce farm and community gathering area in Oxon Run park in his Southeast neighborhood. 


"Greenlining" his latest musical body of work is available on all platforms and is receiving positive nods and feedback from big label names such as Roc Nation, Epic records and TDE just to name a few. 


Te' is moved to push the message of health improvement and knowledge of food desert's in his first poetry book


"A Piece of Mine"  

published through Amazon's Kindle publishing and Apple's iBook store

he's now writing his third

"Mo Butterflies in the dark"

which is set to be released hardback in the fall of 2019.  


His reading/listening audience range from as young as 13 and older 50-80yrs

having partnered or performed with several platforms for many different entities including "PYT" playwriting youth poetry group @ DC's Southwest Day also for the "The YMCA; Anthony Bowen's Y and The Y on Ridgecrest in Southeast DC, Sean Combs(P.Diddys) Revolt TV, also to kickoff for Washington's DC's DC GREEN'S [March for food Justice] in wards 7 & 8 on MLK in Southeast, DC where Mayor Vincent Gray and council members Trayon White, and Sharece  Crawford were in attendance and spoke


His latest political performance, hosted by Kaiser Permanente at the National Public Radio (NPR) building, came at the cities first ever "Candidates Food forum" 

where presiding and running candidates expressed their commitments and expectations on bettering the cities food disparities. 


Te' has already made an incredible amount of contribution to the Washington DMV area with pop up community service events and donations; feeding of a local uptown woman's shelter alongside Tony Lewis and Fat Trel in 2010 to leading the MLK Grocery walk of 2018 he's setting a footprint and making it known that "taking care of your mind means taking care of your health" and plans to only continue. 

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