Life After Death: Hip-Hop Being Used To Lure Millennials To Get Life Insurance (Audio)

 

Carlos Ozy

Show of hands, how many of you in the hip-hop world have life or health insurance? Before President Obama instituted universal health care in this country, very few would’ve had their hands raised. Obamacare now ensures that all American’s will have the ability to at least go to the doctor to check on their health, but what about life insurance?

If you passed today, how would your children and your family be taken care of? These are questions that many in the hip-hop world wouldn’t have a clue on how to answer.

NPR’s All Things Considered sat down with an ad exec, Carlos Watson who is now using hip-hop culture to attract younger people towards getting life insurance.

Listen to their full interview here and learn more about how hip-hop is being used to get more young people to think about their life after death. \

Source: NPR

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