For Immediate Release
December 26, 2012
Contact: Think Brown INK
Authenticore Hip-Hop Artist SHATiFF Releases “Recipe 4 Survival” Single to Kick-off 2013 Youth Resolution Project
New Song Produced by JUDAH Serves as Catalyst for Global New Year Resolution to Save Youth
(Washington, DC) – The hip-hop culture has historically been a main influence for the youth generation with an ability to affect change and unite communities everywhere around important causes. Hip-Hop Artist Shatiff (@ShatiffDMV) hopes to inspire change with a new single “Recipe 4 Survival” ft. Taz Money (@TazMoney) of his SECC/Authenticore Music Group. #Recipe4Survival was produced by JUDAH (@JudahOnTheBeats), as a kick-off to the 2013 Youth Resolution Project, which Shatiff launched this week in collaboration with Think Brown INK, community organizers from Smile Nationwide in collaboration with non-profit partners Dreams Work, Inc., Will Rap 4 Food, Inc., The Fellaz Youth Foundation and others.
Listen to Recipe 4 Survival, from Shatiff’s upcoming album Lost Articles of Steve Jenkins, set to drop in early 2013 at .
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The 2013 Youth Resolution Project encourages leaders to take the New Year’s Resolution to uplift the next generation at youthresolution.com and focus on spreading positive messages that will guide them on a path to leadership.
“In order for there to be a future, we have to preserve our youth, their morals, and make sure that they achieve the best out of life. We have to put them on the path to achieve,” said Shatiff.
Visit youthreslution.com for more information. And read the for more insight.
Washington, DC-born Steven “SHATiFF” Jenkins moved from Glenarden, Maryland to Clinton, South Carolina as a youth, and took his principles of allegiance and loyalty with him, tagging himself as an authentic human being before even making the declaration as an artist. After moving to South Carolina, his crew evolved into a collective known as the Universal Souljahz. It was with this group of young men where SHATiFF sharpened and whittled his skills as an artist, living and breathing the cyphers that they kept in motion.
In 2004, SHATiFF returned to the DMV scene with an agenda to fulfill his musical enterprise. Rooted in reality, the neo-righteous emcee made an impression on several heavy-hitters through relevant music that shows his camaraderie and continued development in the underground music circuit. Having collaborated with entities like JUDAH the Producer, 1st Impressions Studios, and Marky (Universal/ SRC) to give life to music through a brand entitled AuthentiCore; The Grit of the Grind, this authentic hip-hop brand has shared its products with music lovers across the board, remaining authentic to the core.
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