Rabbit launches brand new project
01 July 2014, 16:26
Nairobi - Phenomenal rapper and philanthropist Rabbit, aka Kaka
Sungura is out to show the country just how much we can do without relying on
the government. In his new project dubbed ‘The 6 colors Project’.
collaboration with media personalities, artists and poets among many others,
seeks to make an impact on the society, with the youth in particular.
According to the official press release from Kaka Empire,
“It is out of this realization that a number of Kenyan musicians, actors,
sports and media personalities have come together to launch the 6colours
6colours Campaign is a joint initiative of rapper Rabbit’s
Company KaKa Empire Entertainment and Ibrahim
Alex Pictures led by Ibrahim Alex (famously known for Hand Print
He goes on to add, “The campaign’s first season is slated
to run for six months (between July to December), and each month will have
a unique activity symbolized by a colour; hence the name 6 colours. 6
colours main objective will be to offer mentorship to the youth and
to enable them to learn from their role models as well their peers on how to
act on global and national issues affecting them.
The campaign was officially launched Tuesday morning and will
have the theme color for the month of July as Orange. It will see the release
of a video by Rabbit title “Nishazoea”. It will also see many other activities
across the month, which we will keep you posted on.
The campaign is backed by Nameless, Nonini, Nessa, Dela, Khaligraph Jones,
Liz Njuguna (of Ghetto Radio), Sammy Shollei (of KFF), painter and illustrator Ibrahim Alex, Pulse writer Rose Kwamboka, and actress Janet Nariki, amongst many other personalities.
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