When Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Texas and Louisiana in August 2017, Houston rapper Trae tha Truth and Dj Mr. Rogers didn't hesitate to hit the streets of their hometown and other cities in Southeast Texas, to not only rescue residents trapped by high floodwaters but to also deliver supplies to those stuck in their homes. From that moment, the Relief Gang was born.

As several lesser storms and floods have recently affected Texas since Harvey, the duo hasn't let up when it comes to helping their fellow Texans, regardless of race or personal beliefs. They've selflessly put their lives on the line to help those in need during these often life-altering natural events, much of it captured via social media by those who were affected.

The Slidin rapper took to Instagram over the weekend to announce that he and Dj Mr. Rogers along with Jose Ortega had taken things to another level by opening a new 245,000 square foot Relief Gang Warehouse in Houston to help continue their humanitarian efforts. According to Trae, the new space will house supplies, building materials, food, water, and clothes.

Its Official!! Me And My @reliefgang Team Will Be Taking Our “Taking Care Of The City” Movement To A Whole Another Level!! Myself , Jose Ortega , & @djmrrogers Have Opened A New Relief Gang Warehouse Thats Over 245,000 Sq Ft!! I Dont Even Know What To Say!! We Will Continue To Do Our Best To Provide Relief For Those In Need As Much Ss We Can But Honestly We Will Not Be Able To Do This Alone!! If You Know Any Companies, People Or Anyone Who Wants To Donate To Help Us Help Others, It Can Be Supplies , Building Materials , Food, Water, Clothes ( New) Or Anything Hit Us Up!!! If You Know People With Truckloads To Drop Off Supplies.. Hit Angelbynature.com or email reliefgang@gmail.com ... All Praise To Tha Most High!! We Are One!!!!! Tag and Share With People Who You Think Can Assist Us!! Relief Gang # 2813004448 - Trae, via Instagram

I commend Trae and Rogers in their continuous effort and growth at providing help to those in need during natural disasters as well as events like Trae Day and more that take place throughout the year in Houston. Their awe-inspiring actions these past two years have been admirable and further prove that hip-hop has a heart.

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