Rapper’s CD to raise money for blind charity

One gospel artist, who is using his music to spread some Christmas cheer and provide help and support to others, is UK rapper, JayEss.

He is releasing his sophomore album project, Walking By Faith, on Christmas Day, as both a free download and CD.

Some of the proceeds from the release will be donated to OBAC (Organisation of Blind African Caribbeans), a charity that works with people who have lost their sight, and those with other sensory and physical impairments.

JayEss, the first UK rapper to be nominated for a prestigious Dove Award, has enlisted numerous artists to feature in this project, including Isaiah-Raymond Dyer, Rachel Kerr and Utter Once. He is also producing a video about OBAC, and talking to people who use its services to find out how they cope with their physical impairment.

He shared with Keep The Faith his reasons for supporting OBAC. “I decided upon OBAC because it’s a London-based charity, and I wanted to give back to the community.”

Visit www.jayessonline.com for more details.

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