Sean Penn’s JPHRO foundation Thanks Cormega for Haiti Benefit Song
Queens emcee Cormega has gone from traveling to Haiti with Styes P and Immortal Technique in a hands-on effort to help the country, to pulling together a supergroup comprised of artists Redman, Maya Azucena, General Steele of Smif-n-Wessun, Jazimoto, Stic.Man of Dead Prez, and Fame of M.O.P. It has been an honor and a pleasure to work with him to pull this together.
The supergroup teamed with a roster of advocates to craft “I Made A Difference,” a benefit song for Haiti. The song was released on iTunes Myspace and SONY/Red with proceeds being administered by Sean Penn’s JPHRO foundation.
In a fitting follow up to all of his hard work in the fight to keep the attention on rebuilding Haiti, the Sean Penn/JPHRO foundation offered their public gratitude to Cormega via their official Twitter page.
Thanks to @realcormega for creating a single entitled “I Made a Difference” with 100% of proceeds benefitting @JPHRO http://fb.me/vLorBkn5
— J/P HRO (@jphro) July 19, 2011
To support the rebuilding effort in Haiti:
You can purchase “I Made A Difference (‘The Haiti Benefit Song’) Feat.General Steele, Sticman, Redman, Lil Fame, Maya Azucena, Jazimoto, The Revelations” on
// Cormega Teams with Steele, Redman, Stic Man, Fame and Maya Azucena for Haitian Relief
// Proceeds from “I MADE A DIFFERENCE” song to benefit Haiti via JPHRO.org
// Cormega x Sony/Red Press Event Recap [Video] via @Antisellout dot com