Alright f. Rob Jackson, CunninLynguists, Jup & Courtney Campbell (Video)


Directed by Deacon the Villain & Steven Mossberg.

After tornados ravaged through the state of Kentucky (and other South/Midwest areas of the US) earlier this month, Rob Jackson and Da'Mon "Jup" Norris gathered Deacon the Villan and Natti (of CunninLynguists) and Courtney Campbell for a song of hope and inspiration. The song -- which was recorded at Saint Claire Recording Studios in Lexington, KY -- is now available on iTunes with all proceeds going to Kentucky Cares (which supports the relief efforts of the American Red Cross.

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  • Mitch 3K

    Always love anything CL are involved with, track is cool for what it is, reminds me of the "Believe" song they did for the African Famine Benefit compilation...... Always nice to see your favorite groups go to work for good causes, I'm gonna spend the dollar and get this

  • Juanka

    So that's not CunninLynguists, but Deac and Natti.

  • slimerrrr

    ^^ name recognition... so stfuuuu

  • Elijah Craig

    LOL ^^ What he said.

    this song is great!

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