In a fresh and innovative way to raise money to support people living with disabilities, Adelaide hip hop band Mase N Mattic has teamed up with SCOSA (formerly the Spastic Centres of South Australia) to launch Who I Am. 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of this track will go to SCOSA and will be used to provide vital services to South Australians living with disabilities.
Mase N Mattic — aka Jason Willoughby, Matthew Patti, together with DJ PT, Paul Tate — are developing a strong following around Australia after the release of their first album Sound The Horns in 2011. The group featured in the 2012 Big Day Out and have performed live with the likes of Hilltop Hoods, Drapht, Funkoars and toured nationally as a support act with Melbourne-based artist, M-Phazes. Mase N Mattic has written Who I Am exclusively for SCOSA as a dedication to people living with disabilities.
The group all have strong connections to people with disabilities and approached scosa because they wanted to make a meaningful contribution.
Get behind this initiative and download the song. 100 percent of the amount you elect to pay will support SCOSA and go a long way to making a positive difference in the lives of people with disabilities. If 1000 people download the song for $5, we will raise enough funds to provide 400 hours of support services for people with disabilities.