Houston rapper Z-Ro is out here promoting unity. The hip-hop veteran has acknowledged his hometown's resilience following the life-changing Hurricane Harvey disaster.
This week, Z-Ro put out "Houston 2Gether" as an inspirational track for locals and to raise funds.
Semi-retired Houston rapper Z-Ro jumped back into a recording booth to chip in for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts The influential artist recorded and released a song about Hurricane Harvey and the unified Bayou City response on Wednesday. (Houston Chronicle)
Earlier in the week, comedian Kevin Hart revealed how much celebrities had donated to his Hurricane Harvey challenge.
Just crossed the 1 million dollar mark. This is a example of love & support. Thank you all for your generosity. Let's see if we can get to 1.5mil on day 3.
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Over the past few days, various musicians have donated $25,000 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
I accept your challenge @kevinhart4real and I challenge the #TeamLove movement to donate anything they can. (DONATE IN MY BIO) #HurricaneHarvey
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They say Faith without works is DEAD!!!! We ALL need to WORK on coming together & utilizing our resources collectively to do some meaningful shit to people who need US more than ever!!! @kevinhart4real salute for responding with a challenge that WE ALL NEED TO ANSWER!!!! #Pray4Houston #USorELSE
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"Aye, this for my homeboy Kevin Hart. You know I answer all call outs baby. For the Houston Harvey challenge, I'll dedicate 25k to it. But you got to find you an organization to f*ck with besides Red Cross. I ain't f*cking with no Red Cross. F*ck them and FEMA. But I got 25k for you."
I'll donate 25K for Houston. Praying for everyone there. Great work @kevinhart4real
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