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Hip-Hop Labels Spearheading Thanksgiving Drives

As the Thanksgiving

holiday approaches, powerhouse record labels Rap-A-Lot, Swisha House and Cash

Money Records are spearheading Thanksgiving relief efforts in Houston, Texas and

Baton Rouge Louisiana.

In Houston, Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince teams up with Swisha House Records

and Houston’s celebrated Club Visions to Feed the Houston’s homeless.

Hosted by Bun-B, Mike Jones & Slim Thug, the Thanksgiving

“Feed the Homeless” Drive is geared to feed the homeless and displaced

evacuees of Hurricane Katrina on Thanksgiving Day.

In Baton Rouge, Cash Money Records founders Ronald ‘Slim’ Williams and Bryan

‘Birdman’ Williams, will host their annual Turkey Giveaway to more than 2000

evacuees of Hurricane Katrina.

The label will provide survivors and displaced residents of

the crisis with a sit-down Thanksgiving dinner with all the holiday trimmings.

"So many of our friends and family were devastated by this

terrible tragedy, we wanted to do something a little more elaborate this year

to address the needs of the people who have lost so much and might not have

the resources to remember the holiday," Slim told AllHipHop.com in a statement.

"We want to show our love and support for these courageous survivors who

never, ever give up."

Williams’ own home and offices were destroyed by Katrina, as

his were brother’s and other members of the Cash Money family.

Both record labels have led relief efforts in their cities on

behalf of the victims of Hurricane’s Katrina and Rita.

In Houston, the Rap-A-Lot/Swisha House Thanksgiving “Feed

the Homeless” Drive will take place on November 24 at Club Visions from

1:00pm-4:00pm.

For additional

information on the event, contact Club Visions at 713-227-1172 or the Prince

Boxing Complex at 713-227-0535.

Cash Money’s Turkey Giveaway and dinner will be held on Tuesday, November

22nd at Southern University in Baton Rouge, LA, from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, with

the event being co-sponsored by SU.

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