Last night, global music and entertainment platform TIDAL held its 3rd Annual “TIDAL X: Brooklyn” charity concert presented by BACARDÍ. Hosted by Angie Martinez, the benefit concert featured an epic lineup of artists including: JAY-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Stevie Wonder, DJ Khaled, Kaskade, Chris Brown, Cardi B, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Daddy Yankee, Yo Gotti, A$AP Ferg, Vic Mensa, Belly, Iggy Azalea, Jessie Reyez, Mack Wilds, Machel Montano, Mr. Eazi, Charly Black, Princess Nokia, Rapsody, Cipha Sounds, Victory, and more, and special appearances from Rosie Perez and Lin Manuel-Miranda.

This year’s performers came together to raise awareness and funds to support recovery and relief for those affected by recent natural disasters in Florida, The Caribbean, Mexico and Puerto Rico. The crowd went especially wild for Cardi B, screaming for an encore after performing her chart topper “Bodak Yellow”. Fat Joe was another fan favorite, as guests sang along with him to his classic hit “Lean Back,” which he performed with Remy Ma. Other notable sets included DJ Khaled, who brought out surprise guest Busta Rhymes for a rendition of “Look At Me Now” and headliner Jay-Z who opened with “Empire State of Mind.”

BACARDÍ served as presenting sponsor of TIDAL X: Brooklyn, having committed $1.3 million specifically to TIDAL X: Brooklyn charities.

TIDAL X: Brooklyn is one of several charity benefit concerts supported by BACARDÍ. BACARDÍ has firmly committed to supporting the recovery efforts, rebuilding of lives and the communities it serves – donating over $4.3 million to relief agencies and the regions affected by these terrible disasters, including Puerto Rico, Florida and the Caribbean. BACARDÍ is proud to play a part in raising awareness and funding to help rebuild those affected areas, many of which are home to the family and company.

Interested in learning how you can continue supporting the recovery and rebuilding efforts in this beautiful region? Click here and donate as little as $1 – all net proceeds will be donated directly to natural disaster relief and recovery organizations within these affected regions.