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Kelly Price Hosts Hurricane Benefit Concert: Raheem DeVaughn, 112 & More (Photos)

The devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irene and Hurricane Maria is becoming more extensive as the days go by, prompting several famous faces to dedicate their money, talent and time to its victims.

Following the hugely successful Hand to Hand telethon, singer Kelly Price held her own benefit concert for two selected families that have been impacted this storm season.

The event hosted by Eva Marcille and Ed Lover donated all proceeds, including ticket sales, wine sales, a silent auction, and physical donations to recover the lives of the families, according to TheJasmineBrand.

The night included performances from R&B and hip hop favorites such as Donell Jones, Pastor Troy, Mia X, Raheem DeVaughn, Trina, Case, 112, Slick Rick, and of course the “Friend of Mine” singer as well.

Check out pics from the charitable night below.

Kelly Price and 112

Price with Slick Rick

“The Ruler” on stage

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Mia X

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Algebra Blessett

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Trina

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Raheem DeVaughn

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Case

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Host Eva Marcille

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Host Ed Lover

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Donnell Jones

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Gritz & Jelly Butter

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Keke Wyatt in the crowd showing support

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Swipe for more from Kelly’s benefit concert!

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