Recently Out Da Box TV had the pleasure to interview QB Veteran Emcee “Cormega”. After a weekend of reflecting on the conditions affecting our inner city youth, I recalled something profound that Mega had to say about reaching our young people. Instead of waiting to edit this into a full piece, I figured that this clip would be more purposeful standing alone, so I decided I’d share with you in its entirety. In the video, Cormega speaks on how we can best reach our youth, who sometimes are headed towards a path of trouble in the streets. We hope this video inspires both young and old to take responsibility and make leadership decisions to help build a better society. Let’s continue to teach and reach. Enjoy!
Cormega recently released his new single “I made a difference” which serves as a tribute to the recent tragedy in Haiti. This song features guest vocals from General Steele (Smif N Wessun), Redman, Stic Man (Dead Prez), Lil Fame (M.O.P.), Maya Azucena and is now available on itunes for 99 cents. So be encouraged to support a great cause. All proceeds will be donated to jphro.org (Sean Penn’s Hatian Relief Organization). Peep more from Cormega at Legalhustle.net