Run the Jewels, Al Green and Joey Bada$$ are taking a cue from Cam'ron by going pink. This month, fans will have the opportunity to own a limited edition pink vinyl of their respective albums, created in an effort to raise awareness for breast cancer.

Ten artists, including the rap duo, R&B legend and rising hip-hop star, have joined forces for Ten Bands One Cause, a program that creates limited pink vinyl for 10 different releases in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.

On Sept. 29, RED Distribution will debut pink vinyl for Run the Jewels' Run the Jewels 2, Green's The Belle Album and Joey's B4.Da.$$. Projects from Sturgill Simpson, Ingrid Michaelson, Between the Burried and Me, Chet Faker, Clutch, Pierce the Veil and Primus will also get the pink vinyl treatment.

Ten Bands One Cause kicked off in 2014, raising nearly $30,000 for Gilda’s Club NYC, an innovative cancer support organization founded in 1995 by psychotherapist Joanna Bull, Gene Wilder, Mandy Patinkin, Joel Siegel, and other generous individuals, in memory of SNL comedian Gilda Radner, who passed away in 1989 from cancer.

If you're looking to score this pink vinyl for a good cause, head to a retailer near you wherever vinyl is sold or visit the Ten Bands One Cause site here to place your order. All proceeds will sponsor Gilda's Club NYC.

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