The Detroit Hip-Hop Community Unites To Motivate Everyone To Vote

Detroit’s Hip Hop community is coming together for an in-depth two hour drive-time radio special on the eve of the midterm Election.
Organizers are using the power of hip-hop to encourage and help young people across the city to vote on Tuesday.
This nonpartisan election eve special is geared towards young people and communities of color in Detroit to get out the vote on Tuesday, November 6.
The special is bringing together a diverse set of community leaders, demonstrating unity among the Hip Hop community of Detroit.
By coming together for this show, the leaders involved in this effort, who are also involved in door-to-door canvassing in neighborhoods across the city, are calling for young people to use their voices and the power they have as voters as one of many ways they can empower themselves and their communities to make positive change.
The event is being hosted by Hot 107.5, Hip Hop Caucus Detroit, Respect My Vote! Campaign, and #WorkThemPolls, by DJ BJ 3525.
Guests during the two-hour event include special guests:
Icewear Vezzo, Motown Records Recording Artist, #WorkThatGang: Sino, Gee Baby, Dre Butterz, Councilwoman Mary Sheffield, State Representative Jewell Jones, K.C. wilborn, Turnaround Specialist & Former Educator Betarm Marks, Director of Facilities and Youth Programs, Youthville, and the Hip Hop Caucus’ Detroit chapter.