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The H Project

The H Project

By Karl Pearson on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 - 1 comment

A cause not a charity.

A cause not a charity is the strap line of The H Project, whose mission is to create an EP of individual tracks to be released in aid of Haiti.

It has been over a year now since the devastating earthquake hit that country but still aid is needed to help these people get back to something of a normal life. The proceeds generated from each sale will be donated to a chosen parenting charity that the project deems can act most efficiently with the donated funds and therefore hopefully help ensure that these funds reach the right people.

A song idea, titled Sticky Situation, has been devised with a common chorus written by IJ Chris aka Irie Jah Chris to which four or five artists will add their own verse lyrics. So far artists who have pledged support are, from Jamaica Junior Kelly, Purpose, Kym Hamilton (formerly Gaza Kim), Winston Benjamin, Sheldon Senior and Mackie Consious while from the rest of the world you have Jeck Pilpil from the Pilippines, Steele Mobs from Canada, Stuart Wilson from the Caymen Isles plus Kehv, Empress Riley and Niki Saletta from the USA and Lovella Ellis and Adele Harley from the UK.

There is planned to be four initial reggae versions of the song released digitally through iTunes etc with a CD following around two months later. Each version will be blended so as to match each group of artists style and sub genre of reggae i.e. roots, dub-step, while there are also plans for one or two remix versions for the club/dance market. This will be released around 2-3 months after the initial EP and be supported by a video featuring the UK dance group Flawless (Step Up movies).

No official release date has yet been announced, but be sure to look out for more soon on this exciting and praiseworthy project.

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Posted by Chris Hills on 03.15.2011
As an Administrator of the project I extend a big thank you to United Reggae. Please keep updated with the project by visiting our Facebook page as things change almost daily. Come and join us -

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