Hip Hop’s Youngest and Brightest on Urban Farming

There’s a new banger on the airwaves!

A group of Minneapolis teens have stumbled onto viral fame with the music video for their song “Grow Food”.

In it, the youngsters take on the “cafeteria establishment” with nutrition-minded bars. Praising the virtues of urban farming and healthy eating. The kids attended a summer program by Appetite for Change, a Minneapolis-based non-profit geared towards using food to create health, wealth and social change.

They produced the song in conjunction with Beats & Rhymes, a youth music engineering outreach program. After calls for a professional release, the track is now available on iTunes.

So if you need someone to set you straight about your nutrition goals for 2017… We recommend you give it a download. It’s for a good cause!

Related: Trap Kitchen: From the Streets to Your Table

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