In conjunction with the promotion of their new single their latest single “Hope” Atlanta favorites, Jagged Edge teamed up with Hosea Feed the Hungry & Homeless and WVEE/V-103 for a benefit concert. Nearly 1,000 friends, fans and VIP’s packed the Vanquish Lounge for this “party with a purpose.”
As one of a few 90’s male groups still holding it down, Jagged Edge easily proved that they still got “it!!” Their live version of “Hope” proved to be the perfect song to match the purpose of the event and commitment to their home town. They shut it down with the timeless classic, “Where the Party At” although that question was easily answered. Actress/recording artist, Demetria McKinney, warmed up the crowd with a performance of her new single “100” featuring Da Brat. “Hope” and “100” are both available on iTunes.
The late civil rights activist, Hosea Williams, founded Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless in 1971, to provide food, clothing and services to over 50,000 families annually. For more information on Hosea Feed The Hungry & Homeless, log onto www.4hosea.org.
Jagged Edge and Demetria McKinney