"My music has an edge of humor, but this situation is very serious and I have to do what I can to help.”
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 8, 2011
Kal Wayman, of Low Kal Records, has teamed up with Sweet Relief, a 501 c3 organization that partners with musicians like Madonna, Lou Reed, Beyonce, Beastie Boys, and hundreds more, on a variety of philanthropic endeavors.
With the current April, 2011 fundraiser, 100% of proceeds from Kal Wayman’s music on iTunes will go to the Japan Society Earthquake Relief Fund. One hundred percent of proceeds will pass through Sweet Relief (they are not taking any operating capital) and go directly and immediately to impact the devastation in Japan.
“Seize the day” has been a consistent message in Kal’s music, and, “Today is the day to help those that are freezing to death and lacking basic necessities,” says Kal, who’s known as the “Business Man Turned Rapper”. “My music has an edge of humor, but this situation is very serious and I have to do what I can to help.”
“We appreciate Kal’s generosity,” said Rob Max, Executive Director of the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund. “And we wish him well in his budding rap career.”
This time last year, Kal Wayman, the mortgage broker, took his “Seize the day” mantra to a new level when he decided to add the designation of Rap Artist to his business man bio. He released his first single, “Because I Can” a few months later, and then “I Got a Table”, which now has over 17,000 views on Youtube and its own channel on Pandora. Kal did this all while maintaining his mortgage career—thus the “Business Man Turned Rapper” Designation.
His clever single, “Because I Can” says it all, in a lighthearted, unprecedented fashion. To buy it now—simply download Kal’s catchy, fun singles on iTunes. Help for Japan is that simple.
Please contact Angela at Public Relations 3.0; Phone: 678-974-7643, for media inquiries.
Rob Max may be reached at: OC office 714-846-3030; LA office 310-399-8700
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