Rapper, actor and business tycoon Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson attended a charity event for 9/11 victim families in partnership with Century 21 and Tuesday’s Children at Century 21 downtown Manhattan location.
Century 21 co-owner and rocker Eddie Gindi – along with his band, Men in My Head and 50 Cent collaborated together to record a song, “Century Love“. Profits from the CD sales and downloads will benefit Tuesday’s Children, which supports programs and services for families of 9/11 victims.
50 hops on a track called “Century Love” with Men In My Head, a band that includes Century 21 owner Eddie Gindi, in support of a new charity called Tuesday’s Children that he has partnered with the company to help launch. Century 21′s Manhattan flagship is located directly across from the World Trade Center complex and proceeds from the sale of this song will be used to support the victims and families of 9/11.
50 Cent is partnering up with Century 21 but not to sell clothes.
In an effort to raise money for programs and services for families affected by 9/11, the store’s CEO Eddie Gindi is working with the non-profit organization Tuesday’s Children. Fif is collaborating with Gindi’s band, Men In My Head, to record a song and all profits from the track will benefit the charity. The song, which is titled “Century Love,” will be available for purchase exclusively in the store on Nov. 11th.