Musiq SoulChild, Brian Michael Cox, and Host of other MEN Come Together To Raise Money For Breast Cancer @ Real Men Wear Pink
Real Men Wear Pink was birthed out of the need to educate men about breast cancer and its impact on the family. The event’s creator also believes it is important for men to understand their role in nursing loved ones back to great health. The platform also serves as a fundraiser to raise money for research in finding a cure for breast cancer.
Binder partnered with Susan G. Komen Circle of Promise and lifestyle publication, Uptown Magazine and Beats by Dr. Dre for a night of live music, pink bow ties and cocktails courtesy of Belvedere Vodka. Who’s who in Atlanta poured into Justin’s Restaurant to support this worthwhile cause including key tastemakers and familiar faces from the fields of music and entertainment.
Grammy Award Winning songwriter and producer
Bryan Michael Cox hosted alongside Dr. Jacqueline Walters, OB/GYN, Breast Cancer Survivor, April Love, Publicist and Entertainment Executive, Breast Cancer Survivor, Eboni Elektra, Entertainment Executive and Camille Binder, Event Producer, Marketing Executive.
R&B Superstar Musiq Soulchild performed his hit single “YES” which he composed specifically for breast cancer survivors. “YES” is a metaphor for unconditional love. Musiq felt it necessary to show the importance of men standing by their mates during a time when they are undergoing so many changes mentally and physically. He wanted to showcase the meaning of true love and support in relationships.
The Real Men Wear Pink Cocktail Benefit raised $5,000 on behalf of Susan G. Komen for a Cure.