Pharrell has just been added as a performer at the 10th Annual Black Ball. Teaming with Alicia Keys, the charity gala raises money for children and families affected by HIV in Africa and India.
Already raising over 18.5 million, the event will take place on November 7th at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Along with the producer, Swizz Beatz will be serving as the DJ, Alicia Keys will also be performing in addition to Carole King, Kathleen Battle, jazz artist Roy Ayers, British singer Laura Mvula.
“As we near our 10th anniversary event, we’re thrilled to welcome Pharrell to the Black Ball stage,” said Keep a Child Alive CEO Peter Twyman. “His incredible talent combined with our already stellar roster will make for a wonderful night of music and giving back.”
Previous performers include Jay Z, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, and Adele.
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