PAMA INTL - HIGHRISE CAMPAIGN ALBUM - AVAILABLE NOW
Here is the perfect Christmas present for anyone. Great cause...please support this...
Pama Intl are proud to announce the launch of their next release...The Highrise Campaign, an anti-knife & gun album, featuring versions of Pama Intl's anti-knife/gun anthem 'Highrise' by; Studio One legend Dennis Alcapone, Billy Bragg, Michie One, Wrongtom (best known for his work with Hard Fi and recent Roots Manuva album), G.Corp, Mungos Hi Fi, Lynval Golding (The Specials) and Banana Clan protege Jimmy Screech. Proceeds from the album will be going to a number of UK children's charities including; Kids Company, London and Basement Studios, Bristol.
It is very plain for everyone to see that knife and gun crime is out of control in the UK. Everyone involved with the making of Highrise, is truly passionate about spreading a positive message, as well as providing funding, mentoring and opportunities to the younger generations. All the charity's chosen by Pama Intl in this campaign do amazing work, actively give youths opportunities, support and guidance on a daily basis. In addition to to the album's release, Pama Intl will be taking this vital message on the road. They will performing a series of club shows, as well as matinee performances and workshops for under 18s throughout 2009.
The album is not available in the shops until 2nd February 2009, but it is available on CD (vinyl to follow) NOW online from Rockers Revolt only
The album will also be available with every ticket at....
ROCKERS REVOLT CHRISTMAS PARTY // HIGHRISE ALBUM LAUNCH
Saturday 20th December 2008 - 8pm-6am
DREADZONE SOUND SYSTEM
WRONGTOM (Hard Fi)
JIM COX (REGGAE TRAIN)
THE STEADY BOYS
plus FUNKDUB DJs
@ Jamm, 261 Brixton Rd, Brixton, London SW9. Tel- 020 7274 5537
Tickets £12adv from http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=298274&interface=
Ticket includes a free copy of Pama Intl-Highrise Campaign album (ft.Billy Bragg, Dennis Alcapone, Michie One, Mungos Hi Fi, G.Corp, Jimmy Screech & Wrongtom)
Proceeds from the album go to UK childrens charities, including, in London, Kids Company