Thursday, May 5, 2011 (@FreshGrind) Presents "Live to Fight Another Day"

The homey at put together a really dope mix to help generate funds to Japan. You should get it, its only $6, and you get all kinda exclusive tracks from dope artists, like this one, from me. Check it out, and read more below.

Here's the highly anticipated "Live To Fight Another Day" project. This project is a Japan fundraising album and I've put it together in 2 weeks. I've designed the cover myself, contacted the artists and got the exclusive tracks myself and promoted it myself. I opted to help the Japan rescue mission because I've always been fascinated with the Japanese culture and I'm planning to live there for a short period of time in the future so I thought it's only right that I try to raise some money to support the cause. We all know the effect that the earthquake and tsunami had on the country, and with it being over 7 weeks ago people may have forgotten about the problems that still exist in the country. It's estimated that over 20,000 people died and that it will cost 27 trillion Yen to rebuild Japan. The small amount you donate will help cut down that figure and help those who need it the most. Hopefully this project will open peoples eyes once again leading them to donating some money. 100% of the proceeds will go to both the RedCross and Global Giving (I'm splitting it between the two).

The project features 33 artists and producers from around the world. The countries participating are, Japan, US, England, Wales, Poland, France and many more. Some of the artists and producers that have contributed towards the project are, Marcus D, e.d.g.e., IMAKEMADBEATS, Jimmy Astro, Shane Eli, Sound Fx, Dubzy, Shinobi Stalin, G-Scott, Lo Keys, Kevin Kartier, Waffles, Kyo Itachi, Bugseed, Osurek Bertop, Reese Jones, Flywalker, Prozpect, The Manor and many many more. There's a total of 37 tracks and 34 of them are exclusive tracks that have never been heard before. I know most you haven't heard of these artist bar a few but this project is also one to help raise the awareness of up and coming artists so please help both the artists and Japan.

I'd like to thank everyone that has contributed towards this Japan fundraising album!

***If you want to use the instrumentals in this project you must ask the producers first***

This project has been put together by Jagz.

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