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HANDS UP FOR MAMA: A Celebration of Love and Those Who Bring Life


HANDS UP FOR MAMA: A Celebration of Love and Those Who Bring Life

What better way to honor mothers than to serenade them with lovely music, serve them great food, and show them an overall good time as a token of appreciation? As a way to celebrate mothers and women as a whole, T-Kross was inspired to organize this first of a kind event in collaboration with other artists and community organization, Women Werk, as a way of giving back and saying thanks to our life givers – our mothers.

Hosted at Amarachi Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY – Hands Up For Mama served a free dinner to all attendees, provided gift bags filled with goodies, as well as auctioned some items off, courtesy of Simply Ma’am bags.

Awards were also given this night to 4 women who were nominated due to their contributions to the community: Joyce Adewumi, Joanne Sylvester, Christina Ude, and Olamide Davies Talabi. T-Kross opened with song covers to Boyz II Men and 2Face Idibia, “Mama” and “African Queen” respectively.

The ladies absolutely enjoyed this as they took over singing, leaving T-Kross to only smile in amazement as he directed his choir – the audience of mothers. Artist Delit did his thing and got the mothers dancing, while Sudan moved the crowd with an electric performance.

Great entertainment, great networking, pure fun. T-Kross closed the show with his songs “Mama” and “No Worries”. It was definitely a night to remember.

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Written by N. Obi (@africanminded)

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Asuquo Eton founded, now one of the most visited TV, music, tech and features website, in 2011. He is also a social media analyst, media and entertainment consultant.

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