Q Da Kid is doing his part to aid relief efforts in Haiti.? I just received a video of his new song “Save Me,” which was written to create awareness about Haiti recovery efforts.
The video contains graphic images of Haiti and it’s people, who were devastated by the January 12th earthquake that killed upwards of 300,000 people and left 1.2 million more homeless. Continue Reading…
Mary J. Blige, Wyclef Jen and more attended Hope Help & Relief Haiti – A Night Of Humanity at Urban Zen in New York.? The celebs were there to raise funds to sent tents and supplies for Haiti earthquake relief.
Mary J. & Andre Harrell
Russell Simmons, Mary J. Blige, Andre Harrell & Wyclef
Monica performed “Still Standing” on BET’s SOS Saving Ourselves ? Help for Haiti Benefit last week and was joined by her cousin Ludacris.? The talented family members moved the crowd with Mo’s anthem in an unforgettable performance.
Rihanna joined Wyclef Jean & Maxwell on today’s Oprah show to raise money for Haiti earthquake relief. She performed Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” and all proceeds from the sales will go to aid Haiti during this trying time.
Rihanna’s remake of “Redemption Song” is available through iTunes and will be a donation to the efforts in Haiti with proceeds going to the charity Hope for Haiti Now. Thousands of people will benefit from the download of the song (and your ears will thank you too.)
Maxwell “Fistful of Tears” is also available for purchase through the iTunes store This single will also have the proceeds will benefit Hope for Haiti Now.
Now that’s the positive part… the negatives you’ll have to hear for yourself. Just press play…
Big Boi?s Big Kidz Foundation has joined forces with the CARE-humanitarian aid agency to party with a purpose.? On Monday, January 18, 2010, join hosts Antwan “Big Boi’ Patton and Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza Hall at RARE (554 Piedmont Ave).
Other surprise celebrity quests have been invited, so there’s no telling who you might see. They’re asking for a $20 donation but feel free to give more. All proceeds benefit Care’s Haitian Relief Efforts.
Atlanta-based movie mogul Tyler Perry has went to his website to aid in relief missions in Haiti. The super producer has pledged several donations to Haiti?s relief efforts, with the first donation totaling $250,000.
According to the site, the actor/entrepreneur will make the donation through his foundation, the Tyler Perry Foundation and went to his website to encourage others to do the same: Continue Reading…