Hip Hop Saved My Life Movement Print
Written by Robert ID3071   
Monday, 16 October 2006 10:12

Rahfeal "Infinite" Gordon will officially join the Black College Expo tour at Madison Square Garden, on Saturday, October, 21, 2006 from 10:00am-4:00pm, in New York City, New York, where he will perform his groundbreaking motivational speaking project, Hip Hop Saved My Life.

In its seventh year, the Black College Expo tour is a national college fair representing over 50 Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Focusing on exposing youth to higher education opportunities and encouraging self development, the event is mixture of information and entertainment, featuring seminars, a step show, and a concert.

The Hip Hop Saved My Life movement was set ablaze at the Black College Expo in Washington, D.C., where Gordon performed for the first time. He says, "We performed five seminars that day. After the third seminar, word began spread about the workshop and before we knew it there were lines of people waiting to see workshop. It was a great feeling." 

The Hip-Hop Saved My Life project shares Rahfeal Gordon's hard-knock life story and how Hip-Hop influences his triumph over hardships, development of character, and drive in becoming a successful entrepreneur. Peppered with motivational lyrics from rap songs, Hip-Hop Saved My Life is teeming with the energy of Hip Hop, while providing an inspirational message.  Gordon beams, "Hip Hop keeps me going…I want to show others who are enduring similar misfortunes, how music helps me believe I can be a product to uplift others. I want to inspire others to find the motivation within their lives."   

More information regarding Rahfeal "Infinite" Gordon and the Hip Hop Saved My Life project is available on www.myspace.com/rahgor .

Please visit the Black College Expo website at www.blackcollegeexpo.com for the remaining tour dates and more information.