Most of youse clamor on and on about how music today has "no positive message," well here is proof that every rap song that comes out isn't dedicated to a drug-dealing stripper or whatever.
This April, Harlem's Hip-Hop Culture Center (H2C2) is resurrecting the Rapathon, hip-hop's record-breaking non-stop freestyle marathon, in efforts to End Gun Violence and benefit Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E.
To mark the occasion, H2C2 is re-releasing Homeboy Sandman's contribution to the Anti-Gun Walk Mixtape "Tashay." A veteran of previous Rapathons, Sandman gave H2C2 an exclusive interview on making the song with the help of Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. and his thoughts on gun violence, which will be available on the Hip-Hop Culture Center's website (H2C2Harlem.com) this week.
You can donate to the cause right here.
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