LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) November 20, 2017
Join Qadree El-Amin, former manager of superstars like Boyz II Men, Vanessa Williams, Janet Jackson, and manager of the all female Pop sister band The GG's, who members include, Lauren Taneil, the Bassist for mega-star, Beyonce' and her sisters Chyna Garriel and English Simone, in Bermuda from December 7-10 2017 at the One Love Weekend hosted by the City of Hamilton, the Jackson Family Foundation and the Emperial Group of Companies as he assumes responsibility for his new title as the “International Chairman of Pop”, dedicated to the humanitarian music legacies of Michael Jackson, Bob Marley and John Lennon.
In the aftermath of the most devastating hurricane season in recorded history, Qadree is undertaking the formidable task of mobilizing the “Millennial Generation” to support the Caribbean Islands that are at risk of being overlooked and forgotten by the global media.
Some islanders are still waiting for water, food, energy, and shelter. Resident experts - like the industrialist Richard Branson in the British Virgin Islands - estimate that it will take billions of dollars for these fragile communities to be restored to their former state of operations, let alone to be fortified against the future effects of climate change.
The newly stamped “Chairman of Pop” will harness nearly five decades of experience to host a “One Night Only Triangle Telethon” to be filmed in Bermuda on December 9 featuring celebrity testimonials, hurricane analysis and musical tributes from around the world. The Triangle Telethon is focused on the triple play bottom line of sustainable development - people, profit and planet. The Chairman is inviting the celebrity world to come together in unity and join the fight by giving their voice to the voiceless. We need your help to bring and keep awareness alive so the Caribbean victims of the 2017 hurricane season can put their lives back together again. All celebrities who participate will be provided with airfare to Bermuda and hotel accommodation.