Slum Village Donates Money to Michigan’s AIDS Partnership
Last week, Detroit hip-hop group, Slum Village, teamed with the alcoholic beverage company, Remy Martin, to donate $7,500 to Michigan’s AIDS Partnership. According to PrideSource.com, Elzhi and T3 of Slum Village presented the donation on August 17 at APM’s Detroit office as a part of Remy Martin’s Black Music Month program. As previously reported on XXLMag.com, Remy Cointreau USA, Inc., which distributes the popular cognac Remy Martin, celebrated Black Music Month in June by picking 10 hip-hop artists across the country to participate in local concerts and charity donations. Representing their hometown of Detroit, Slum Village chose to fight the AIDS crisis with their donation. “It’s a big epidemic going on in the city of Detroit and in the Black and Latino community especially,” T3 told PrideSource.com.