Behind the gritty makeup and hard-pounding music of the character known as The Cancer Killa is a heart of gold that looks to help those who suffer and despair. With his music, influence, and many other programs, the artist looks to build one of the most significant informal funds for people who battle with the traumas and hurts of cancer.
Also known by his artist name, The Black Bon Jovi, The Cancer Killa is a rock artist and the founder of a movement of the same name that raises donations that all go to funds for treatment and services of cancer survivors and their families, especially those without healthcare to cover for medical expenses.
“The unfortunate circumstances of cancer survivors dictate that we all join forces in the fight to eradicate this horrific disease,” declares the philanthropist rapper. “The impetus behind our fundraising efforts is due primarily to the devastation that it causes in the lives of too many victims and survivors. Many of our family members have lost their lives as a result of cancer. No one knows how it feels until they have been confronted with the aftermath of this horrific disease.”
The Cancer Killa has recently built valuable networks that will help him grow his cause of fighting cancer one family at a time. He has penned partnerships with prominent brands, including AT&T and the Boys and Girls Club , which provide The Cancer Killa with access to audiences and connections in the sports world. Given that The Dodgers and Oakland A’s have relationships with the B&G Club, The Black Bon Jovi looks forward to possibly working with the elite clubs soon. The A’s have already expressed an intent to host an event within their facility to benefit cancer patients in Oakland.
One of the key motivators for The Black Bon Jovi for going into the work to help those with cancer stems from his family’s experiences. He has lost many dear family members to the dreaded disease. Like most importantly, the artist understands how important support, both in financial and community-based form, makes a world of difference.
“We are about spreading positive energy to the ones that are in need,” the singer adds. “We get satisfaction from the fact that we have helped someone that may be suffering.”
As an artist, The Black Bon Jovi loves creating songs that resonate with his listeners. He is the genius behind tracks like “Get Em,” “Little Cry,” “No Where,” and “Look What You Done.” From a young age, The Black Bon Jovi has always felt the urge to pursue music. He started performing for crows at the age of twelve and continued to climb into elite music circles as his talent progressed. The singer has already performed with artists such as Waka Flocka, Iheart Memphis, CvkeUp, DJ Whoo Kid, and Party Monsters, to name a few. He has performed in cities around the United States, including New York City, Miami, New England and many others.
Recently, The Cancer Killa announced that he will also start working alongside iconic rapper Trina on some projects to help push his cause forward. With his music, fundraising efforts, and awareness campaigns, the performer hopes to inspire more individuals and families to keep pressing on despite the challenges that cancer and other trials might bring. Also i would love for Bon Jovi to hopefully one day join us in the fight against cancer .