Busta Rhymes Free London Gig
Busta Rhymes to play Royal Albert Hall gig for volunteer project
Busta Rhymes, Grammy award winning rapper, is set to perform at the Royal Albert Hall on September 26, in a gig with a difference ticket holders cannot pay for entry.
Social enterprise project Orange RockCorps involves volunteers giving up four hours of their time to youth community projects, 5000 will be given access to the gig.
RockCorps is a production company with a pro social twist, it is already established in the US and has motivated over 35,000 young people to get involved so far making a difference in their communities.
In the states artists such as Kanye West, Akon, Nelly, Kelis and Panic at the Disco have taken part.
The first of 50 UK Projects will take place in London at Winton Primary School, near Kings Cross, and will transform the schools roof top into a playground and vegetable garden.
Projects will also take place in Manchester, Newcastle, Cardiff and Southampton.
More top acts are to be announced closer to the date, click here to find out how to get involved