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Urban Culture News Hip-Hop Saved My Life
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Written by Robert ID2880   
Wednesday, 26 July 2006 01:06

Thru a life of hardships, Hip-Hop, entertainment and motivation; July 26, 2006; 23 year-old C.E.O. Rahfeal “Infinite” Gordon of RahGor, a parent company, will surprise, Jay-Z at his Def Jam offices in New York, with his Hip-Hop Saved My Life project presentation, in hopes of Jay-Z becoming one of his biggest supporters.

Gordon has branded a new genre of motivational speaking, with his Hip-Hop inspired motivational seminar, Hip-Hop Saved My Life, which has gained many local and industry supporters.

Gordon’s life inspired motivational seminar, Hip-Hop Saved My Life is a new approach to motivational speaking. An oration which, combines rap lyrics and songs that were influential in helping Gordon overcome the adversities of his life. He says, “While researching motivational speaking, I realized there weren’t any speakers who were catering toward the Hip-Hop market. I then realized the uniqueness of Hip-Hop Saved My Life.”

Born in Newark, NJ; Rahfeal “Infinite” Gordon’s life experiences were symbolic of the lives of many inner city youths, including abandonment, homelessness and poverty. Determined not to be undone by his circumstances, Gordon turned to a more unconventional source for inspiration, Hip-Hop. He says, “Hip-Hop music kept me going through the hard times.” Founding his entertainment company, Infinite Productions, at the age of 15, Rahfeal discovered his passion for music and entertainment. Later, he launched the Rahfeal Gordon Scholarship, to assist aspiring high school and college students in reaching their dreams. After being awarded with a plethora of awards, for his dedication to students and endeavors as an entrepreneur, including the NAACP Award and the Paul Robeson Leadership Award, Gordon became insistent on using his accomplishments to inspire others. He then founded RahGor Motivation, a motivational speaking company. He says, “I’m doing this for those who can’t be heard and believe in dreams coming true. Hip-Hop Saved My Life will refresh the face of Hip-Hop, while empowering and encouraging a generation of youth.”

Hip-Hop Saved My Life needs your help. Please show your support and purchase a handcrafted, “Hip-Hop Saved My Life” t-shirt, by jjeanQ. Please contact Mike Charles, (973)-568-4434 for t-shirt orders.


Urban Culture News Hip-Hop Saved My Life

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