Jagged Edge Helps Bring Back Hope to One of Atlanta’s Oldest Community Initiatives

J.E. Heartbreak Too, comes out this Fall but the Grammy Award nominees have already given fans a taste of what to expect with the release of their first single, “Hope”, a song the group says they released to let women know that not all guys are bad.”

Now, the group is spreading hope in the community by partnering up with V-103 Atlanta and the city’s oldest community organization, Hosea Feed The Hungry, to present the I Hope for U Initiative.

Tastemaker’s came out last night to support the benefit concert, hosted by the Hosea Feed the Hungry (HFTH) Young Professionals Advisory Board, featured Jagged EdgeDemetria McKinneyand DaBrat.  The event helped to give the funding necessary for the organization to restock their shelves for the upcoming holiday season and provide hot meals to more than 40,000 homeless individuals.

 photo credit: Calvin Lionel Photography

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