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INFORMING the HIP-HOP COMMUNITY
Hip Hop 4 Haiti
New York, NY, January 22, 2010: NYOIL will be hosting the New York City Hip Hop 4 Haiti event at The National Black Theater in Harlem NY from 5:00 - 11:00 pm EST. The National Black Theater is located at 2031-33 Fifth Avenue Cross Street: 125th Street and 126 Street and will be open to the public for this event. The suggested donation is $20.00, but not mandatory. Dr. Ron Daniels (President of I.B.W.) has endorsed this event on behalf of the Haiti Relief Fund. All proceeds from the event will go to benefit Haiti survivors.
Hip Hop 4 Haiti is being supported by a diverse coalition of Hip Hop Artists, ranging from Spoken Word, eMCee's, Dancers, Singers, and Educators, community activists and more. Queen YoNasda, NYOIL, along with Brothers Care Inc, AllHipHop.com, HoodlifeMovement.com, DJ Green Arrow, Shock Ra Entertainment, New Image Alliance, the Institute of the Black World, and P.E.M.G are the driving forces behind the efforts in New York City.
"Our goal is to raise spirits and funds of at least $10,000. We are urging the entire community to come together and open their hearts and wallets for those who need our help. And of course this is Hip Hop so we're going in with both feet! Beats, Rhymes, B-Boys, DJ's and plenty of Knowledge for Self!! NYOIL
HH4H is as a National Fundraising event throughout the Hip Hop in over 32 major cities. The youth and Hip Hop community will raise money, relief and awareness for the loss and suffering in Haiti. This event is targeted at galvanizing the Hip Hop community to action as a full body, minus the divisions that have plagued it over recent years. "Hip Hop is a family; we don't always see eye to eye and we are always arguing, like most families; but don't mistake that familiarity as breeding contempt. Understand that we bicker, fuss and fight because we are family, and at our essence we have immense love for one another and what we are all a part of. Now Haiti is about to see what that love that power can do when focused and applied toward a singular goal!" said NYOIL, who is also the Ambassador to Hip Hop for the I.B.W. (Institute of the Black World).
Press & Media Inquiries please contact Shani at firstname.lastname@example.org or 347-235-7193. Artist that would like participate in the event contact Lynx Garcia at email@example.com or 917-204-5401.