Washington, DC October 16, 2008 – Finally, someone is going to take the lead and help the people who need the most help of us all, the homeless. 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.
Major Cameron, also known as Brother Maniac, owner of Brother MANIAC Music has decided to lead the giving with his upcoming event, the "Hip Hop for the Homeless Benefit Show". This event was designed to bring together Hip Hop Artists from DC, Maryland and Virginia to raise awareness of the Homeless Problem that our region faces. It will also give a percentage of the events profits to area homeless organizations such as Martha's Table.
Brother MANIAC Music along with Skyline Records, Experience Reality Magazine, Kapital Magazine and Across the Fader are co-sponsoring the Hip Hop for the Homeless Benefit show which will take place On Saturday, November 1, 2008 at Club (1223)MCCXXIII, 1223 Connecticut Ave NW in Washington, DC.
Participating Artist must bring a donation of a clothing, coat, Blanket, or non-parishable food item or a min donation of $10