The only two rappers employed by NBA teams have been confirmed to play the Landmark Music Festival September 26 and 27 on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The Toronto Raptors' Drake will headline, and Wale, of the hometown Wizards--who recently swept Toronto in the first round of the NBA playoffs--will also perform. Both MCs have had wildly successful years so far: The "Trophies" superstar broke Spotify streaming records (later surpassed by Kendrick Lamar) for his surprise February album, If You're Reading This It's Too Late. That record recently received a retail release, complete with two never-before-heard songs. As for Wale, the Seinfeld-obsessed rapper topped the charts last month with his Album About Nothing, with extensive appearances from Jerry Seinfeld himself.

Check out the entire lineup for Landmark below; to order tickets go to the festival's website.

The Strokes
Ben Howard
Band of Horses
The War on Drugs
George Ezra
Nate Ruess
Lord Huron
The Kills
Twin Shadow
The Lone Bellow
Dr. John & The Nite Trippers
Dan Deacon
The Joy Formidable
Albert Hammond Jr.
Rhiannon Giddens
Ex Hex
The Mowgli’s
In the Valley Below
Rebirth Brass Band
U.S. Royalty
Hiss Golden Messenger
Erik Hassle
Vintage Trouble
Lion Babe
The London Souls
Red Baraat
The Hunts
The Suffers
The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers
Ace Cosgrove