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Americus rapper uses music to help community

Americus Rapper Solar Flame is using his music to try to make a difference in the community. Americus Rapper Solar Flame is using his music to try to make a difference in the community.
Solar Flame shot a video for the song "United We Stand" in cities across the nation, it encourages people to vote. Solar Flame shot a video for the song "United We Stand" in cities across the nation, it encourages people to vote.
He said his music will only promote positive messages. He said his music will only promote positive messages.
He also started a "Stop the Violence" campaign through his label "Party Nation" after a friend was shot and killed last year. He also started a "Stop the Violence" campaign through his label "Party Nation" after a friend was shot and killed last year.
AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

An Americus rapper is using his music to try to make his community better.

Solar Flame shot a video for the song "United We Stand" in cities across the nation, it encourages people to vote.

He also started a "Stop the Violence" campaign through his label "Party Nation" after a friend was shot and killed last year. He said his music will only promote positive messages.

"It's just about getting the younger generation to pull together and stop the violence and you know stop the killing and robbing and just get the people to pull together in America, period," said Solar Flame.    

You can watch Solar Flame's full music video here.

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