Hip Hop for the homeless this Saturday

With the economy moving in a continuous down slope, finances are getting tight for everyone, but even in such trying times people still are able to give.

Kendric T. Bedell, also known as JIMMY BLACK, owner of A.T.H. Inc, along with Washington DC artist Brother Maniac and Ms. Sheridonna, owner of Sheridonna's Salon has decided to lead the giving with, the "Hip Hop for the Homeless Benefit Show. "

{Q}This event was designed to bring together Hip Hop Artists from Syracuse to raise awareness of the Homeless Problem that our region faces.{Q} It will also give a percentage of the events profits to area homeless organizations such as the Rescue Mission on 120 Gifford Street, Syracuse.

Live Performances by:

Jimmy Black

Will Star

Brother MANIAC


Maxxine Justus

Lil Kayouz


Da 1st

and More

Brother MANIAC Music along with A.T.H. Inc, Sheridonna's Salon and DJ TY are co-sponsoring the Hip Hop for the Homeless Benefit show, which will take place from 8 p.m. to midnight April 24 at The Westcott Community Center, 826 Euclid Ave, Syracuse.

Donation for attending the event is $10 (we will also be accepting donations of non-parishable food Items, clothing and blankets).

JIMMY BLACK "That's How We Party" has just been release. Visit JIMMYBLACKMUSIC.COM.

Brother MANIAC has recently released his hip hop project "Still Rising" comprising of 13 tracks. For more infomation on this project visit www.cdbaby.com/ brothermaniac5.

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