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Kanye and Drake’s Free Larry Hoover Concert to Stream on Amazon Prime Video

The concert will also be screened at IMAX theaters

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Drake and Kanye West, photo via Instagram/@kanyewest
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    On Thursday, Kanye West and Drake will reunite for the Free Larry Hoover benefit concert at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. For those who cannot be there in person, the concert will be livestreamed for free on Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music’s app, and Amazon Music’s Twitch channel. It will air live in 240 countries beginning at 8:00 p.m. PT.

    Additionally, IMAX will host screenings of the concert in select theaters across the United States. Tickets are available now at www.tickets.imax.com.

    The concert, which marks Kanye’s first headlining show in five years, was organized by the Chicago rapper in an effort to raise awareness and support for the release of Gangster Disciples co-founder Larry Hoover.

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    Hoover is currently serving six life sentences after being found guilty of murder, conspiracy, extortion, money laundering, and other criminal activities. He has since renounced his association with Ganger Disciples activity and has sought to reclaim the initials GD as standing for growth and development.

    Kanye has been advocating for Hoover’s release from prison for the last several years, even meeting with former president Donald Trump to ask for his clemency. He also provided Hoover’s son, Larry Jr., an outlet to speak about his father’s plight on the Donda track “Jesus Lord,” and he recently hired Bill Cosby’s lawyer, Jennifer Bonjean, to work the case.

    In early November, Kanye invited his longtime rival, Drake, to join him at the concert. The two subsequently met in person at Drake’s Toronto residence, seemingly hashed out their differences, and formally announced their joint performance late last month.

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    Beyond calling for Hoover’s clemency, the concert will be used to raise money for criminal justice reform organizations including Ex-Cons for Community and Social Change, Hustle 2.0, and Uptown People’s Law Center

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