Providence, RI (By Kyle B. Jones/ Fed Hill PR Team) - Providence hip-hop group Fedd Hill highlighted the 'Keep the Hope Alive' concert presented by G-Unit
and Roc-A-Fella to assist broken families. Fedd Hill joined Tony Yayo, Lloyd
Banks, Teairra Marie, Freeway
and the Young Gunz
in an energetic and rousing performance at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts. The Providence rap team dazzled the crowd with a heavy mix of emotional lyrics and hard-hitting rhymes. Fedd Hill put on an entertaining show that dared the audience to blink.
Complete with eye-catching backup dancers, rotating break dancers and a street team with picket signs, Fedd Hill's presentation engaged the crowd from start to finish.
Fedd Hill rapper and street icon Trens spoke about the show saying, 'We are thankful for the opportunity to use our music to give back to the community. We have really busy schedules, but we made sure that we were available to do this show, since the dough went to charity.' Fedd Hill's charismatic hood politician Alipone added, 'Giving back to the community has become one of our trademarks. We put a big emphasis on integrity and always speaking the truth. When we speak about shiny jewelry, it's because we're flashing it in your face for you to see, so when we talk about helping out the needy, we want to put that in your face too, to encourage everyone to lend a hand.'
Fellow rapper Jahpan asked, 'Whats the point of having fame and wealth if you're not gonna give back to those who are struggling? We've gotten too much help along the way to just forget about who we really are and where we've been. I might be shining on stage in front of thousands of people on Friday and!
Saturday, but I know that I've got to do my laundry and take out the trash on Monday and Tuesday, just like everyone else.'
Fedd Hill's performance with mainstream artists from the G-Unit and Roc-a-Fella at the DCU Center awed everyone in attendance, but the group's humility and commitment to giving back to the community impressed everyone even more.