R.A.P.

Program Level: K-12
Type: Motivation; Music
Price: Call 800-255-0084

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Realize Anything’s Possible (R.A.P.) featuring Ike Hill and Cutright

What’s more exciting than walking down the halls of your school, knowing that you’re hours away from the most exciting rap concert you’ve ever experienced? JHLMG artists Cutright and Ike Hill, provide an interactive assembly program for grades K-12, by way of a full production rap concert that connects with youth through positive music while delivering an encouraging message. They hit on topics such as:

  • Literacy
  • Respecting one another’s differences
  • Persevering through obstacles
  • Having an optimistic attitude
  • Reaching goals through self-discipline
  • Discovering potential

Cutright and Ike Hill deliver an entertaining and energetic presentation using humor, crowd engagement, and hip-hop to help youth realize that anything is possible when you have the right perspective. Rap music is arguably the most popular and influential music that our youth listen to today and when it’s paired with a positive message, it can make a lasting impression that could impact them for the rest of their lives. Aside from making great, clean, positive music, they also run a non-profit organization, Shake the City, which focuses on caring for the less fortunate, mentoring youth through creative arts, and encouraging incarcerated juveniles throughout North and South Carolina.

I personally can’t tell you how happy I am to be able to bring Cutright, Ike Hill, and the guys from JustHis League Music Group to the Bureau of Lectures roster for the 2017-2018 school year. I have followed their career in music, mentoring, and outreach for several years and I can tell you without hesitation that THIS is the program that your students are going to want at their school this year and the one that you and your schools staff will be so proud to host. Their combination of talent and positivity will resonate with your students in a way that very few assemblies even could aspire to.

John Tacha, Director, The Bureau of Lectures Inc.

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