PATERSON, NJ- Students at Paterson School 18 will be cooler when they return to classes in September, thank to the donation of 10 window air conditioners by a local music professional.

The units, delivered on Monday, come as a gift from Frank Robinson, better known as Nitt Da Gritt, with the contribution being arranged for by 5th Ward Councilman Luis Velez through his Luis Velez Civic Association.

Paterson native Robinson is the CEO of RGF Productions, and has played a key role in the careers of several artists including Fetty Wap. According to RGF’s website, while he is not a musician himself “he knows what beats would sound good with who.” Despite his success, Robinson stays humble saying that he “has a long way to go before he’s comfortable.”

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Calling the contribution “just another example of the generosity that exists in Paterson,” Velez told TAPinto Paterson that the effort “is about making our community better.”

“I put out the call and time after time someone responds to be a part of the true and real leadership we have brought to our city.”