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{DEM 404 BOYZ} YOUNG THUG AND KEVIN LILES GIVE $25K TO FAMU IN HBCU VIRAL CHALLENGE

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Young Thug and Kevin Liles announced that the winner of the “Hot” Battle of The Bands Challenge -Florida A&M University (FAMU) will receive a $25,000 donation total to the school’s music department/Band Program from Young Thug’s record label Young Stoner Life Records & Kevin Liles and 300 Entertainment. More details inside…

The digital campaign, announced in October 2019, invited all historically black colleges and university (HBCU) marching bands to produce a short video and share on social media showcasing their school spirit and talent with their best marching band rendition of Young Thug’s “Hot”.

Dr. Shelby Chipman, Director of Bands at Florida A&M University, and Kevin Liles, Co-Founder, and CEO of 300 Entertainment on the award:

“On behalf of FAMU’s ‘Marching 100’ band, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Young Thug and Kevin Liles for an outstanding initiative with the HBCU Hot Challenge and the members of Marching 100 who had an absolutely fantastic time designing our formation and the music arrangement by Lindsey Sargent. We will be eternally grateful to Young Thug, Kevin Liles, and anyone associated for providing HBCUs an opportunity to showcase their talents and creativity. We’re even more excited about the same opportunity to use the award towards band operations, scholarships, and initiatives that will allow us to move the FAMU Marching 100 forward. We look forward to showing up this weekend at the Honda Hot Battle of the Bands in Georgia.” – Dr. Shelby Chipman, Director of Bands at Florida A&M University

“On behalf of YSL and 300 Entertainment, Congratulations to all #HotHBCUChallenge participants – your creativity is inspiring, and to FAMU continue to make us proud as you are the official winners of the Challenge. Our support of the HBCU creative community will never waiver. They are our future leaders, engineers, artists, entrepreneurs, and we recognize the importance of a collaborative environment that understands their social DNA, while at the same time challenges them to dream bigger, work harder and focus on what really matters. Education is power, entrepreneurship is key, and ownership should be our driving force.” – Kevin Liles, Co-Founder and CEO of 300 Entertainment.

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