Singer Jason Derulo and rapper 21 Savage are here to help the kids – both in their own ways. On Monday, Derulo went and paid a visit to the kids at the Boys and Girls Club in Hollywood, FL. 21 Savage announced (on tv show Ellen) that he was launching a charity to help kids with money skills.
According to Billboard:
Derulo’s visit was more than remembering childhood memories. He went to motivate and teach the kids the new dance moves to “Colors,” his new song and 2018 Coca-Cola FIFA World Cup anthem. During the event, Derulo was joined by Jeremy Strong (Justin Bieber, Usher, Ciara, Flo Rida), who taught the choreography to around 200 children and prepared them to be part of the “Colors” official video.
You can check it out on Jason Derulo’s Instagram.
21 Savage appeared on The Ellen Show to perform and also present a check for $21,000 in tandem with the charity called the “21 Savage Bank Account Campaign.”
And according to OkayPlayer:
The Atlanta rapper performed his hit song, “Bank Account” and presented the check as a part of the initiative in partnership with the non-profit organization Get Schooled. Savage says the campaign seeks to helps children learn how to save, make, and manage money as well as how to open up bank accounts. He will also be giving $1,000 to 21 teenagers to help each open a personal bank account.
Watch his performance below: