The George Washington Carver Community Center in Norristown will be host to a ‘Bless the Mic,’ fundraiser where hip-hop performers, spoken word performers and singers will come together to bring awareness through positive music on Jan. 31 at 8 p.m.
Bless the Mic, which is also hosted by Warm the Streets and Couffe Music’s Robert Kelly Collins, serves as a fundraiser for the Carver Center, according to Collins and his colleague Renee Walls. $10 donations and all proceeds will go to the center. The event is also organized by Buddy Epps and Renee Nicole.
Bless the Mic performers include Christian Artist Paul Robinson, from Norristown, and Ricardo Crockett, Travis Ellis and AJ Harding. There will be free food and giveaways.
Robinson will release his new single, “Lonely street,” on Feb. 15. He, along with his wife Renee Nicole and Katina Walls, also run a ‘Warm the Streets’ campaign where they go to Philadelphia, and, focusing on the Parkway, hand out winter items to help homeless people stay warm in the colder months.
The Carver Center is located at 249 East Jacoby Street in Norristown.
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