Calls are increasing for a store in Washington, D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood to bring back the Go-Go music it played for decades.
The speakers outside the Metro PCS at the corner of 7th Street and Florida Avenue NW are usually blaring the sounds of Go-Go, a music genre born in D.C.
But the store was forced to turn down the music recently after a neighbor reportedly made a complaint to the company.
The change didn't go unnoticed. Thousands tweeted #DontMuteDC and urged for the music to come back.
On Tuesday, a massive rally of protesters shut down 14th and U streets. The area was filled with music during the peaceful demonstration and rapper Wale was also there.
"It's something that we grew up with. It's a spirit here," one woman told News4's Derrick Ward on Monday.
"It's different. I miss it," another man said.