Talib, K.R.I.T., OU and Mela Machinko link up to help raise awareness for The American Cancer Society.

The song is now available on iTunes with all proceeds going to help the cause.

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  • Keebo

    fuck ye this tight

  • And Won

    KRIT is really dope.

  • Johnny Blaze

    KRIT getting CoSigned by anybody who is somebody in this rap game

  • undefeated

    Shit this is CRAZY!! m-phazes dropped a bomb!

  • LittleMs

    Great track. Mela's voice is the best! <3

  • inspiration

    Damn!!! Much love and respect to Talib, K.R.I.T., Outasight, and Mela for this!

  • SwishasNKush

    My 15 yr old cousin just got diagnosed with Leukemia. So weird for this to drop the next day. KRIT's so damn real..What a cool concept for a track. This is more than music right here.

  • AddidasDF
  • peteROC

    copped.

  • DK

    Dope track had to buy wish more people would use Amazon for some reason Apple makes it a pain just for me to give them my card.

  • M-P

    Proof that hip-hop can be positive and motivational for all walks of life. Kudos to the artists on this great song...

  • http://www.atlrgavity.com gravity

    Free hip Hop festival in Atlanta 21-22 featuring Afrika Bambaataa

    http://atlgravity.com/Thevault/2011/10/18/atlantas-hip-hop-day-festival-woodruff-park/

  • Jamio

    big krit is CRACK...
    ..
    Apple Giving away the new iPhone in Honor of Steve Jobs Death (founder of Apple) http://goo.gl/8ztKG . i just went ahead & got 2..next 24hrs ONLY! lol

  • WAKA!!!

    MANNNNNNN... DIS' SHIT CORNY!!

    FUCK THESE SOFT ASS CONSCIOUS ASS RAPPERS!!

    2DOPEBOYZ NEEDS TO STOP HATIN' AND POST MORE WAKA FLOCKA!!

    BOW! BOW! BOW! BOW!

  • http://youtube.com/member/zahlberg jones

    MANNNNNNN… DIS’ SHIT CORNY!!
    FUCK THESE SOFT ASS CONSCIOUS ASS RAPPERS!!
    2DOPEBOYZ NEEDS TO STOP HATIN’ AND POST MORE WAKA FLOCKA!!
    BOW! BOW! BOW! BOW!
    WAKA!!! said this on October 18th, 2011 at 9:38 am
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    bURN in hell

  • terribleT

    II can't believe people actually thumbs down stuff like this, even if you dont like the track you gotta respect what they're doin it for.

  • thakid

    good cause. i bought it. anyone else think outasight killed it?

  • Maga D

    I love Mela Machinko. Beautiful.

  • oreilly

    @thakid, yea you know i just thought after first listen, they all killed it, but Outasight's verse was fucking extra dope imo....great cause, i'm about to go buy, song is smooth

  • http://voiceofdevo.blogspot.com/ Devo
  • http://www.youtube.com/user/800mEric 800mEric

    It would be great if they made a song raising awareness of the cancer cures that are being suppressed. Like doctor Burzynski Antineoplaston or the Gerson Therapy. Thinking about these money hunger pharmaceutical industry makes me sick they don't care about curing cancer. They just want money, and all we do is give are money to their fail carcinogenic treatment,and eat for that are laced with carcinogenic chemicals. Well I hope more people find out about these Alternative treatments that actually work, instead of the carcinogenic chemo and radiation treatment.

  • http://soundcloud.com/endgamemedia Y-Rap

    One of those times I wish I had money on my credit card. Great Song, Better Cause.

  • duracell

    The American Cancer Society (ACS) is accumulating great wealth in its role as a "charity." According to James Bennett, professor of economics at George Mason University and recognized authority on charitable organizations, in 1988 the ACS held a fund balance of over $400 million with about $69 million of holdings in land, buildings, and equipment (1). Of that money, the ACS spent only $90 million— 26 percent of its budget— on medical research and programs. The rest covered "operating expenses," including about 60 percent for generous salaries, pensions, executive benefits, and overhead. By 1989, the cash reserves of the ACS were worth more than $700 million (2). In 1991, Americans, believing they were contributing to fighting cancer, gave nearly $350 million to the ACS, 6 percent more than the previous year. Most of this money comes from public donations averaging $3,500, and high-profile fund-raising campaigns such
    as the springtime daffodil sale and the May relay races. However, over the last two decades, an increasing proportion of the ACS budget comes from large corporations, including the pharmaceutical, cancer drug, telecommunications, and entertainment industries.
    -http://www.preventcancer.com/losing/acs/wealthiest_links.htm

    why do we continue to give money to these folk again?

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