NEW YORK — Tidal the music streaming tech company spearheaded in ownership by Shawn “Jay-Z” Carter is stepping in and stepping up to help rebuild Puerto Rico which was hit by an devastated by Hurricane Maria. TIDAL is partnering with New York governor Andrew Cuomos Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort to send 200,000 pounds of supplies to Puerto Rico.
As the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico grows, our brothers and sisters are desperate for our help. Please join myself, TIDAL, Governor Cuomo, and Ruben Diaz Jr. as we collect and transport much-needed supplies to the island. The goal is to fill and send as many cargo planes as possible. Donate or find your local drop-off location and help save lives. Head to TIDAL.com/PuertoRico. If you are in the New York area we are collecting non perishable items such as water, batteries, can foods, diapers,baby wipes, canned formula, etc. on September 30th at the Jacob Javits Center. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart and I promise all these items will be delivered by ME personally to Puerto Rico. God bless. #savepuertorico
Fat Joe, Romeo Santos, and Angie Martinez are participating in the effort to fill the large cargo plane to send help to those affected by Hurricane Maria. In addition to this, Tidal will hosting a benefit concert on October 17 at Barclay’s Center and all the proceeds will go to the Disaster Relief.