Hip-hop artist, Bishop Slice, donating earnings from album release show to Hurricane Harvey victims.

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With the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, everyone wants to do their part to help.
Julian Lillie, also known as rapper Bishop Slice, is no different.

September 7th marks the release date of his new album "The Untamable Tongue".

Lillie will be playing at the Marlin, and has chosen to donate all cover charge earnings to the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

As of recent reports, 38 lives have been claimed by Harvey, and experts have called it the "Storm of the Decade".

According to Lillie, who is a known activist, this relief effort is close to his heart and he wants to help in any way he can.

What's more, 'Hookup Entertainment' has elected to match whatever Lillie raises.

The cover charge for this event is 5 dollars per person, and the event kicks off at 9:07 pm.