Sol Messiahh. He is called the Navigator, the Bey of God Hop. He is to God Hop what Afrika Bambaata is to Hip Hop. His only focus is organizing and generating real energy that will empower communities and generate currency that will sustain healthy lifestyles. This translates to “Eat some Food, Teach the babies, Rock some shows” = FOOD, CLOTHING, HIP HOP
No child left behind? Well the children of the United States are ranking in the low to mid teens in reading, science, and math. Over half of middle aged children in the United States lack elementary proficiency in reading. The epic proportions of drop outs at primary and secondary levels is proof that student needs are not being met and that we may have to reassess our teaching methods and ideologies.
The elements of Hip Hop are the essential building blocks that are needed to build mental and physical life skills in our communities right now. Afrika Bambaataa the Godfather of Hip Hop called the fifth element, knowledge of self. Armored with that knowledge, The God Hop Movement presents Food, Clothing, and Hip Hop. This is a cultural education project that will teach the history and development of Hip Hop’s (Indigenous Art) culture. It will engage and educate students about health, community development and advocacy, social entrepreneurship, leadership and team building, and career development.
For more information contact:
Abundance Child, Public Relations