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Kodak Black receives his high school diploma behind bars.

Kodak Black is making use of his time behind bars in a major way.

The caption reads, “I just received my high school diploma today and although it is a big accomplishment for me I am yearning for more. I appreciate my teachers Mr. Williams and Mr. Ward for those times when I would get frustrated you worked diligently to make sure I had the right materials and was ready for this big day. Those Saturday classes and putting in over time studying paid of. Momma I know I’m late but I got it.

More info

https://allhiphop.com/news/kodak-black-officially-passes-ged-test-while-in-jail-3fHdfMavFke_QpBE9vTcag/

MULTIHOP.TV HIGHLIGHTS DJ HARD HITTIN HARRY (HAITI,NYC)

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OFFICIAL CONTACT INFO– www.hardhittinharry.com

www.facebook.com/DJHardHittinHarry

LOCATION – Brooklyn, NY

PROFESSION –  DJ / Producer / Musical  Band Co-founder

BIO – Born in Haiti, raised in Montreal, Canada, and New Jersey, DJ Hard Hittin Harry is a 30+ year veteran making it happen all over the clubs, mixtapes, internet, and television.

Currently residing in Brooklyn, DJ Hard Hittin Harry entertains his audience blending unique styles of the latest and classic Hiphop, R&B, Soul, Funk, Reggae, Pop, Rock, Soca Calypso, Afrobeat, Haitian Kompas, Zouk, Kwaito, House, Techno, and much more.

The co-founder of the Afrobeat/Tribal House music band, THE EARTHMAN EXPERIENCE.

MULTIHOP.TV HIGHLIGHTS DJ / Promoter – SABINE BLAIZIN (HAITI)

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OFFICIAL CONTACT INFO– oyasound.com

twitter – @Sabin Blaizin

LOCATIONBrooklyn, NY

PROFESSION –   DJ, promoter, & community activist

BIO – Sabin Blaizin is a New York based DJ, promoter, community activist, who some on NYC’s house music scene may know from her brand Oyasound, which gives homage to the ancestors and promotes warrior women in music with a host of great events and excellent Afro Deep House mixes.

Dj Sabine spins Global Soul: House, Afrotech, Afrobeat, Haitian Roots and other Diasporic tunes.  In June 2014, Sabine produced her 1st installment of her project Lakay Se Lakay: Home Is Home a Haitian electronic artists conversation series & No Passport (NYC Edition) party in conjunction with Haiti Cultural Exchange’s 1st NYC Haitian Arts & Culture festival Selebrayson!

MUlTIHOP.TV HIGHLIGHTS Beyonce’s “BEY GOOD” in HAITI 2015

Beyonce  was in Haiti on behalf of her charity, BeyGood visiting those impacted by the 2010, 7.0 magnitude earthquake. The catastrophe took the lives of nearly 300,000 Haitians and caused billions of dollars in damage.

Beyonce is hoping to shift some of her spotlight on to Haiti which continues to suffer since the devastating earthquake that struck the island five years ago. One of her stops in the capital port-au-prince, St. Damien hospital, the only children’s hospital in Haiti.  St. Damien provides high quality medical treatment for disadvantaged and sick children in Haiti.

Mrs. Carter is no stranger to philanthropy. According to her website, in the mere year since the founding of her BeyGood charity, the organization has reached several million people across the world through food drives, school supply rallies and fund raising including galvanizing the “BeyHive” to donate to the victims of the Nepal, India earthquake.
info courtesy of www.beygoodhaiti.beyonce.com

MultiHop.TV Highlights Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Swizz Beats & Andre Berto Benefit Concert In Haiti

Boxer Berto and Brown have been friends for a while and Andre — a Haitian American — is passionate about the current crisis between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

The six-hour concert is to be held in Port-au-Prince on Friday (June 26) and was, in part, organized by Swizz Beats

Also slated to perform are Haitian acts such as T-Micky, Boukman Eksperyans, Barikad Crew, DRZ and many more. Both Breezy and Lil Wayne will each have a 60-minute set.

FYI — The D.R. is currently cracking down on Haitian migrant workers living in the Dominican, deporting them by the thousands … and the Haitian Prime Minister called it a “humanitarian crisis” because many of those people don’t know where they’re going to live, work, etc.

MultiHop presents SPRING BREAK FEST IN HAITI 2015

The 2nd annual SPRING BREAK FEST IN HAITI 2015… WHERE STUDENTS PARTY WITH A PURPOSE!

EDUCATION x ENTERTAINMENT x RELIEF are the stepping stones for Spring Break Fest In Haiti 2015.

JANUARY 12 2015 marks the 5th anniversary since the tragic 2010 earthquake in Haiti that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives ( 300,000 was the unofficial number – perhaps more).

MultiHop will join the many efforts of relief already taking place in Haiti and bring an innovative EDUTAINMENT project to Haiti for 2015 and beyond.

The SPRING BREAK IN HAITI will bring a large collective of college students from all across USA, who have the desire to assist in hands-on relief efforts, educate themselves, and have fun all at once.

The participants will join a series of workshops to learn/study Haitian culture. Students can also use this life-experience toward their college credits.

As a special treat, Spring Break Fest 2015 tour will end off with a huge concert attended by local & international Haitian celebrities.

 

For more info contact sidlocks@multihop.tv

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