Lil B Offers Free Guest Features to Houston Artists Affected by Hurricane Harvey
Hurricane Harvey in Houston is affecting thousands of people, and while some have had to do emergency evacuations of their homes, there are still many residents who are stuck as they await to be rescued. Tons of celebrities are doing whatever they can to make donations and help residents, but Lil B is taking a different approach.
The Black Ken rapper is offering to provide free guest verses to any artists in Houston that are affected by Hurricane Harvey this week. He mentions that he will be giving his verses to artists for the month of September.
"If you were affected by the flood in Huston [sic] and you make music," BasedGod writes. "Lil B is giving free verses to all artist from Huston Texas for sept."
Earlier this month, Lil B dropped his Black Ken mixtape, which contained a whopping 27 total tracks that he were each produced by him, with one guest feature from iLoveMakonnen. He even dedicated the full project to Kanye West, Diddy, Lil Uzi Vert, Iggy Azalea and others, calling it his "first official mixtape."
Earlier this year, the BasedGod also lifted his curse on basketball star James Harden after the Houston Rockets' season ended in the NBA.
See what Lil B had to say in response to Hurricane Harvey in the tweet below.
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