BURNTmd Organizes Fundraiser for House-Fire Victim
BURNTmd, one of our Northeastern United States' premier underground hip hop artists, is at it again. "The hardest working man in local hip hop" not only makes mind altering sounds but organizes some of the best hip hop concerts Vermont has ever seen. BURNTmd is not bound to his residential state like many, he travels often with notable acts such as Keith Murray, Inspectah Deck of Wu Tang Clan, Tash of Tha Alkaholiks, Devin The Dude, Copywrite, and more.
This Saturday, May 14 BURNTmd will be in Houston, TX with J Period's "The Live Mixtape" ft Black Thought of The Roots.
The following Monday, BURNTmd will be throwing a fundraiser for a local Vermont house-fire victim. The victim, who prefers not to be identified, lost her home some 3 weeks ago when her building was woken up in the middle of the night by fire alarms. Luckily they made it out alive, though she lost most of her belongings. As an employee of the Vermont Educational System, she more than deserves to be supported, as she is on the front lines working with our children, the wave of the future.
When asked what drove him to produce this benefit, BURNTmd replied, "When I heard about this tragic event from a friend, and after realizing I knew the victim, the first thing that came to mind was how can I help. So I did what I do best. Throw a party!" This fundraiser will be held May 16th in downtown Burlington, VT at Ruben James (RJ's) hosted by WHY NOT MONDAYs with DJ Dakota. There will be raffles and prizes from many local Vermont businesses including clothing, food, and head shops!
Check BURNTmd out on www.YouTube.com/BURNTmd, www.Facebook.com/BURNTmd and make sure you search for BURNTmd on iTunes, Amazon, Napster, and any other major digital retail outlet!
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