Z-Ro drops off a new song “Houston 2Gether” as tribute to Hurricane Harvey victims. By now, most of you are aware that Texas is in a state of emergency right now as rain continues to fall at a historic pace throughout the state, causing flooding that’s never been seen before. While many celebrities & artists have already donated money to the relief fund & Red Cross, most likely thanks to Kevin Hart’s social media challenge, one artist in particular, Z-Ro, decided to voice his feelings on wax & give all the proceeds from the song to the Hurricane Harvey relief fund. On Wednesday night, the Houston veteran released the new song “Houston 2Gether.” “All Proceeds donated to the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. Thank you for your help in our time of need! (available on iTunes now)” he shared along with the song.
Hurricane Harvey has absolutely devastated Houston and surrounding areas in Texas. Thousands of homes have been shattered and the death toll has officially reached 23 with the number expected to go only higher from here. A lot of Texas natives from the world of art, music and sport have come forward to help in anyway they can. Houston rapper Z- Ro has decided to come out of his retirement temporarily to release a new song “Houston 2Gether” where he raps about how this tragedy has united people of different color, caste and religion to come together and save each other.
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