Pocono Record - Gilbert rapper's eco-friendly video wins song contest

Written by Camilo H. Smith, Pocono Record Writer

Cross-posted on Pocono Record. Read original post here.

A struggling rapper from Gilbert recently won a national song competition for keeping it positive. The underlying theme of the song called "Ima Push" is one of concern for the environment, global warming and green-friendly thinking. Call it environmentally friendly rap. 

…The slick video, produced partly in Pennsylvania, was backed by the California nonprofit Green for All, a group that focuses on issues of green living and environmental sustainability in minority communities.

The song, according to Green for All, "is about resilience, and the video is dedicated to the survivors of recent disasters like the tornadoes in Oklahoma, Superstorm Sandy, and wildfires in California."…

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