LA’s Bixel Boys stormed onto the scene last year with a unique sound while preaching their #FREELIFE motto. The #FREELIFE mentality goes way beyond music, and the duo have shown this by asking fans for uplifting stories about difficulties they have overcome and giving several lucky fans one of 50 coveted #FREELIFE jerseys.
The jerseys have taken on a following of themselves with many of the biggest producers in the electronic music scene donning them including Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Martin Garrix, and many others. Bixel Boys have decided it’s finally time to put the jerseys up for sale, and instead of just pocketing what would presumably be a nice chunk of change, the duo has decided to give 100 percent of the proceeds to Camp Kesem, a student-run, nonprofit organization that raises money to send children whose parents have been affected by cancer to a free week of summer camp. It completely embodies everything that #FREELIFE is about, and is a great way for fans to get their hands on a jersey while also helping a great cause.
The jerseys will only be on sale for three weeks and will never be sold again, so head over to the Thunderclap page they’ve set up for the charity to show your support and to get more information on when the jerseys will be available.