Music and religion oriented event targets Hispanic youth
Posted by Elena del Valle on August 22, 2006
Grammy nominated gospel rapper Scoob Serious
Photos: GL Media Company
Hispanic Heritage Month doesn’t begin until September 15, but Logo Enterprises and the Zera foundation will present Faith Fighter Live 2006 at El Camino College in Hispanic populated Torrance, California on August 25. The presentation will showcase Holy Hip-Hop performers, all of them Hispanic, in an effort to appeal to the Hispanic market.
“All performers are Hispanic because we want to appeal to the majority of the people in the community of Torrance who are Hispanic,” said Charlene Turner, CEO of GL Media Company. “We want to reach out to Hispanic people and community and to inform them that the Hispanic market is not forgotten by Holy Hip hop.”
Grammy nominated T-Bone
Faith Fighter Live will also attempt to bring the gospel to today’s. Business owners and ministries will perform bible studies and special events focusing on spiritual development for young adults. The event will kick off with Big City of Mind Right Productions leading a bible study meeting. Holy Hip Hop Artist and Grammy nominated T-Bone will headline a concert.
Other artists scheduled to perform include DJ Gabriel, Christside Souljahz and five time Grammy nominated gospel rapper Scoob Serious. A “Rock The Mic” contest sponsored by Gospellinks.com and WePraise.fm will allow audience members to perform with the artists and give them the opportunity to showcase their talents. General admission tickets are $20 and VIP tickets cost $30 each. More information is available at FaithFighterLive.com . — Sergio Carmona.