Remembering Hurricane Katrina
It’s been 10 years since one of the most deadliest and devastating hurricanes slammed into the Gulf Coast.
Hurricane Katrina claimed the lives of more that two thousand Americans and left city of New Orleans submerged in water. The world watched in disbelief and anger as this disaster was handled with total negligence and disregard for human life by city and government officials alike.
“What started out as a natural disaster became a man-made one – a failure of government to look out for its own citizens.” – President Barack Obama
In remembrance and reflection of this tragic time and current social events G’sta, a survivor of Hurricane Katrina, teamed up with long time friend and mentor Blaknifficent for the release of their collaboration “Don’t Shoot Tha Messenger”.
With the productivity in high gear G’sta has been making major moves preparing for this release on the 10 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. He recently sat down with journalist Matteo Urella at Medium.com for a 4 part in depth interview . You can check out part 1 here.
Like New Orleans, G’sta is resilient and focused now more than ever. He continues to push the envelope and grind for his family, his team and his city.
Be sure to check out “Don’t Shoot Tha Messenger” available in Apple Music store.
Be safe this weekend & remember those who were lost in Hurricane Katrina.
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