It’s was without thinking twice that Grammy award winning La Mafia help join the cause for ‘Houston Recover’ a flood relief concert held at Lakewood Baptist Church in northeast Houston. La Mafia were joined by R&B singer-songwriter Brian McKnight, gospel singer/actress Yolanda Adams, smooth jazz saxophonist/songwriter Kirk Whalum and country music artist Clay Walker and others for relief efforts of Houston floods.
La Mafia took center stage at the massive gathering at Lakewood church which is the largest congregation in the United States, averaging more than 43,500 in attendance per week. The all inspiring performance of La Mafia at Lakewood church brought many to their feet and into tears. Without a doubt La Mafia gave a spectacular performance of “Vida” an emotional ballad that resonated deeply within the Tejano community who just recently lost Tejano Legend Emilio Navaira.
Oscar de la Rosa, said… “a lot of families lives were changed with these floods and if we can lend a hand with our music it’s the least we can do for a city that has done so much for us.” Humble and strong La Mafia never fails to support their community and many others like it. It is moments like this that not just makes La Mafia musically stand but also makes them outstanding, genuine leaders.