Russell Simmons & Nick Cannon to Promote the 1st Stop Of Van Jones' WE RISE TOUR Powered By #LoveArmy

HipHop News Posted on July 31, 2017 at 12:45pm

Russell Simmons & Nick Cannon to Promote the 1st Stop Of Van Jones' WE RISE TOUR Powered By #LoveArmy

Marta Kaufmann, YoNasDa LoneWolf, Mila Kuda and Public Enemy's Jahi were also present.

Hollywood, CA – In 2008, concert giant Live Nation resurrected the historic Hollywood Palladium with an epic JAY-Z in concert with the presence of celebrities like former Laker Derek Fisher, iHeartMedia personality Big Boy and current L. A. Mayor Eric Garcetti. It is logical that the 26 of July, the place – through a partnership with Roc Nation – was the first to receive the former adviser of Barack Obama, commentator of CNN (and recent Roc Nation signee) Van Jones' multi-city WE INCREASED the TOUR powered by #LoveArmy.

As a prominent figure in the media, it may very well be testing the waters for a future political campaign, Jones still may seem like an odd name to see in a concert hall marquee. However, the author of two books (who has become known for the defense of the green jobs movement, prison reform, and, in general, any and all of the political agenda this side of Vermont and united states Senator Bernie Sanders), was in his element.

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Even so, WE got up clearly was not designed to focus on Jones alone. The native of Tennessee, effortlessly switching between the host, the MC, the preacher, the comedian and the interviewer throughout the two hour duration of the event, which was essentially part of the conference, on behalf of the city and of the part of the concert.

With less than a thousand people in the audience at one of the venues sold-out concerts, Chicago, the rising emcee The Boy Illinois, began the night with a fast and energetic set. Sitting on the stage were a dozen participants in the fight Against Recidivism Coalition, a local non-profit that WE got up decided to care about this particular night along with the #cut50 movement. After a brief in

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