United States President Joe Biden hosted his first in-person Black History Month celebration at the White House on Feb. 28. Speakers included Vice President Kamala Harris and first lady Jill Biden.

D-Nice was acknowledged for his Instagram Live sessions during the pandemic.

“When I started Club Quarantine in my kitchen two years ago, I never imagined taking the vibes all the way to the @WhiteHouse,” D-Nice’s Instagram caption read. “Although I played there during the Obama years, this felt different because I was able to share the experience on @Instagram Live with the very people that supported me for the last two years.”

White House honors D-Nice; Kamala Harris focuses on the power of Black history

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