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  • Veronica Webb

    Lifebeat Hero: Veronica Webb

    January 29, 1992 | No Comments

    Besides serving on Lifebeat’s Board of Directors for many years, model Veronica Webb was instrumental in helping to organize and mobilize artist support for many of our biggest events and campaigns. In 1994, she co-hosted The Beat Goes On concert, featuring Sarah McLachlan, Melissa Etheridge, k. d. lang, Seal, and more. Later that year, she […]

  • Beyonce Knowles with Destiny's Child

    Lifebeat Hero: Beyonce Knowles

    December 1, 1992 | No Comments

    Beyonce has been a supporter of Lifebeat’s mission since her days as lead singer of Destiny’s Child, and she continues to attend and support Lifebeat events. Beyonce performed along with Destiny’s Child at the 1999 World AIDS Day Music With a Message concert alongside ‘N Sync, Wyclef Jean and Monica. In 2002, Destiny’s Child made […]

  • Lifebeat Hero: Sean “Diddy” Combs

    December 28, 1992 | No Comments

    Sean Combs, AKA “Diddy” or “P. Diddy”, has been a longtime supporter of Lifebeat and a true HIV/AIDS activist. He has lent his talents and support to many Lifebeat events and fundraisers. In 2001, he co-Chaired Lifebeat’s UrbanAID 2 concert featuring Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, The Roots and more. He also performed at the event, including […]

  • Salt N Pepa

    Lifebeat Heroes: Salt-N-Pepa

    January 5, 1992 | No Comments

    Salt-N-Pepa perform a medley of their hits at UrbanAID in 1995.   Hip hop legends Salt-N-Pepa have supported Lifebeat from the very beginning of the organization. In June of 1992, the first ladies of hip hop performed at the very first Lifebeat fundraising concert at Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, headlining along with the Pet Shop […]

  • B.o.B Talks ‘Best Sex Ever’

    June 2, 2011 | No Comments

    Mashed potatoes? Wigs? The washing machine spin cycle? We don’t know, but it sounds like a wild time to us too. B.o.B remembers back to the best sex he ever had…

  • I Talk Because

    September 1, 2010 | No Comments

    The New York City Council, together with HIV/AIDS organizations across the five boroughs, has launched a YouTube-based HIV/AIDS awareness campaign that began on World AIDS Day, December 1st, 2009. It can be found at http://youtube.com/italkbecause.