“Bless the Mic,” a concert to raise funds for the George Washington Carver Center in Norristown, is being organized by the Buddy Epps, Robert Key Collins and Renee Nicole for 8 p.m. Jan. 31 at the center.
Performers include Christian Artist Paul Robinson, Norristown; Ricardo Crockett, Delaware; A.J. Harding, Delaware; Travis Ellis, Washington D.C.; and Ricky Blue, New Jersey.
It will be hosted by Robert Key Collins. All artists with exception of Ricky Blue are Couffe music artist. Additional artists will be announced.
According to press information, Couffe Music records (www.couffemusic.com) is devoted to bringing positive music to urban communities.
the organization travels throughout the northeast bringing awareness through music.
The night will be filled with singers, spoken word and hip hop all in one building. Donation is $10 with all proceeds going to the Carver Center,
There also will be free food and giveaways.
On Feb. 15, Robinson will be releasing his new single called “Lonely Street.”
According to press information, this single will focus on homeless in the community and bringing awareness to their daily struggles.
Robinson, along with his wife,Renee Nicole and Katina Walls, Downingtown, have a “warm the streets” campaign where they go to Philadelphia, primarily the Parkway, and hand out needed items to keep the homeless warm during the winter months.
On Feb. 15, they, along with L.A. Sean Rinique of Delaware of the non-profit Awake the Champion In You, will be hosting an outreach event in the Philadelphia area.
At this event Paul’s new song will be debuted. The event will include community outreach, free food, free clothing, free diapers and community agencies who will be providing information for those in need.
Couffe Music’s aim is to bring this type of outreach to the Norristown community and will begin with the “Bless the Mic” event that supports the Carver center, adds the press release.