Reach Records’ Rapper Tedashii celebrated his birthday weekend and the release of his new single, “Smile” by hosting a group of Harvard Debate Council students at a recent performance of the Universoul Circus in Atlanta.
The Harvard Debate Council Diversity Program is an Atlanta-based diversity pipeline program designed to raise the young social and political voice in urban Atlanta and matriculate African-American students into the Harvard Debate Council’s summer residential program at Harvard College in Cambridge, Mass.
The Universoul Circus is a world-class, cool and hip live entertainment attraction for families that has been seen by more than 19 million people, in more than 60 million households, in person and on both local and national television networks. The circus embraces and celebrates the unique and familiar aspects of global cultures and ethnicities into a stellar production that blends circus arts, theater and music.
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Tedashii has been separating himself from the pack for the better part of a decade. With a slew of revered studio albums and EP’s to his name—including the masterful Below Paradise which debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200 albums chart—the Texas-born and bred rapper has remained a force. Known for his exuberant delivery on the mic and robust stature, Tedashii has graced the stages of the GMA Dove Awards, KLOVE Awards and performed on the top-selling Winter Jam Spectacular Tour. His hit track “Dum Dum” also appeared on the Fox TV Series So You Think You Can Dance.