Zambia’s Award winning dance-hall artiste and HIV/AIDS advocate, B Flow was selected to represent the entire African music industry in Hollywood as part of a worldwide movement called Keep The Promise by AIDS Healthcare Foundation .
B Flow worked with some of America’s more celebrated individuals like Common, Patti LaBelle, Jojo and more. The KTP free music concert took place at The Dolby Theatre and honored Harry Belafonte.
Keep the Promise (KTP) is an empowering advocacy effort organized by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, partners, and CSOs to accelerate the fight against HIV/AIDS.
B Flow is first artist in the world to be endorsed by a sitting US president publicly in an official speech. Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), also awarded B Flow a highly competitive Professional Development Experience (PDE) to work in the American music industry with US company, Okayafrica, in New York.
Coupled with the commemoration of World AIDS Day, KTP will be celebrating through dozens of free HIV awareness and testing events throughout the US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, Eastern Europe, andAsia.
Source: Rog Music Africa