2022 GROUP TRAVEL RETREAT
Join Rhythm and Remedy (Where Hip Hop Helps) on our upcoming Group Travel Retreat to Dakar, Senegal - West Africa where we'll highlight and experience International Culture, History, Travel, Food, Social Entrepreneurship, Special Events and more.
For Information & Reservations - Email: RhythmandRemedy@gmail.com
NOV 10th - 16th | DEC 1st - 7th | DEC 8th-14th | 2023 TBA
GROUP TRAVEL • SOCIAL EVENTS • MUSIC CAMPS
Sponsor A Student's Music Scholarship
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The Building Process
Music, Art & Education
Rhythm and Remedy empowers the youth through music, art and education. Building Music and Art Institutions domestically and internationally we cultivate change directly within the community with hands on creative based workshops. With a successful launch of recent Music Institution in West Africa (Dakar, Senegal) in dedication to AKON.
White House Invitation
Rhythm & Remedy visits The White House
Rhythm and Remedy has had the pleasure of receiving an invitation to and visiting the White House three times. Each visitation allowed the opportunity for sharing the work we are doing across the globe, providing Music, Art & Education Workshops for the furthering of Youth Empowerment and Development.
Rhythm & Remedy
NoSquito Spray is committed to providing assistance in the eradication of Malaria. NoSquito Spray is the first all Natural Bug Repellent being distributed in West Africa (Dakar, Senegal)
Nosquito Spray is produced in Dakar, Senegal and provides jobs for throughout the western region.
We look forward to our expansion across the globe.
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Rhythm and Remedy recognizes the importance of education and having an organized Institute available to creatively express oneself on a global platform. Music with a message is our motto and so we encourage our students to utilize their voices in a positive manner not only to highlight issues in their communities, but to seek solutions that can create monumental change. Our youth is the future and if music guides them to a better promising lifestyle then they should have the outlets and avenues to pursue their dreams in an organized scholastic manner.