French Montana & Adam Levine to raise 22.5M for Ugandan hospital

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French Montana and Adam Levine are doing a good thing.

The duo recently released the remix of  “Famous” a mega-hit. The collaboration rose to the charts when it was first released 7 months ago. Shot in Morocco, Montana’s native land; the video showed a more simpler side of the megastar French Montana.

The remix with Adam Levine, is just what a remix should be; vibrant in every sense of the word. Packed with dance, color and Ugandan flair; the track delivers a new energy. According to the YouTube description, the remix “100% of French Montana’s royalties for the digital single “Famous” Remix feat. Adam Levine will be donated to Mama Hope.” Montana’s first major track created to raise funds for a clinic in Uganda was  the 2017 release “Unforgettable.”

Montana has used the “Famous” remix to raise more funds for medical services in rural Uganda. The YouTube description explains, “Two other hospitals in the region were recently shut down therefore Suubi has the potential to serve hundreds of thousands of additional people with continued resourcing. The proceeds from “Famous” Remix will allow Suubi to expand construction and access to water which will ultimately provide health access to thousands more families across the country. Because of the incredible impact French has had, and the quality of services Suubi has been able to offer, their footprint has expanded.

This year, Suubi will be working with a population of over 450,000 people, with many unique services only offered in the region. Through smart social entrepreneurship, French and team’s funding has enabled Suubi to jump it’s locally generated income from 31% to 56%. Construction is in progress on the main hospital block, mini-theater / antenatal ward, bathrooms, staff houses and more.  Mama Hope is in the midst of seeking ~$225K in order to complete Suubi “Hope” Health Center.”

 

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