It seems the education system remains locked into the work of Kendrick Lamar, discovering new ways to incorporate his talented offerings. As we know, New Jersey High School found endless inspiration behind the project To Pimp A Butterfly, arranging sessions that deeply interpreted the intelligent wordplay.
It comes as no surprise therefore, that Kendrick’s craft is forming the basis of a scholarship, taking directions to a whole new level. The program titled “Be Alright” has been launched by Philadelphia’s Oogee Woogee organization and has an exciting way of reaching fresh talent.
Offering $1500 to a lucky student, the association is challenging individuals to create a three minute video, outlining the positivity that lies within hip-hop. Of course viewers will be central to this contest, having the option to select their favorite candidate.
With the program already set to launch nationally, we look forward to seeing great results in the future.
Why not check out the promotional video below?
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