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Wednesday, June 08, 2016

These Videos of fights with ties to Kitchener school posted online

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Monday, June 06, 2016

Shootings & Stabbings Engulf Toronto Over The Weekend As Toronto Prepares For Most Violent Summer Ever!

Just hours after the Toronto Police claimed they had made a significant impact in reducing crime in the city and claiming they have brought down the Heart of a King Gang (yet to be seen) The bullets started flying:

Friday at around 5:30 p.m.
One person was transported to the trauma centre with life-threatening injuries following a shooting on Bloor St. and Aukland Rd. in Etobicoke.
Friday at around 6:30 p.m.
One man in his mid-twenties was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot multiple times in the parking lot of an apartment building on Weston Rd. in the Emery neighbourhood.

 Friday Night at around 11:40 p.m. 
A 10-year-old boy is in serious but stable condition after 
being shot on Friday night.  the boy was  asleep in his house 
when bullets started coming through the window in the east 
end around Jones and Dundas.
Saturday at around 3 a.m.
A man obtained non-life-threatening injuries after being stabbed in the back multiple times at Yonge St. and Sheppard Ave. Police say the man was robbed of his cellphone and suspects fled the scene.
Saturday at around 3:55 a.m.
A large fight erupted on Dundas St. W and Ossington Ave. that resulted in two people being stabbed and transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Saturday at around 4:50 a.m.
Two people were stabbed after an altercation in a restaurant on College St. and Bathurst St. They were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Police say they discovered another person had been stabbed during the alternation but were unable to disclose any further information due to the ongoing investigation.
Saturday at around 4:30 p.m.
A man in his early 40s was stabbed in the head near Lawrence Ave. and Galloway Rd. Police say he was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. His condition hadn’t changed as of Sunday evening.
Sunday at around 3:20 a.m.
A man in his 20s obtained life-threatening-injuries after he was stabbed during a street robbery at Spadina Ave. and College St.

We sadly finished off the weekend by learning
from the family of murder victim Candice Rochelle Bobb, the sad news that her baby born on May 15th has passed away tonight.
He was a baby boy delivered via C-Section after his mother was gunned down in a drive by shooting 3 weeks ago.
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Sunday, June 05, 2016

Draze Drops New Video "Irony On 23rd"

New Irony on 23rd Music Video by Seattle Hip-Hop Artist Draze
Sounds Off About Illegal Pot Shop in the ‘Hood

Irony On 23rd is the latest track off of Draze's new mixtape, Seattle's Own

Draze is riding a huge wave of momentum with the recent placement of his music on Empire (Fox)ESPN SportscenterNFL Networks Total Access and several other national programs. His first single “Seattle Sweeties” is currently #3 on the national college radio charts.

Set to the soulful sounds of rhodes keys and a live saxophone Irony On 23rdcaptures the thoughts, pain, and reactions of a community experiencing gentrification. Through the power of story, Draze paints a picture of how numerous ironies appear to meet at the intersection of 23rd and Union. With lines like "How many brothers went to jail on this corner for using dime bags? In a week he's doing, what, a couple hundred grand?", Draze challenges Seattle leaders and citizens to look at the painful realities of it's politics. "To be honest, releasing this track was not a part of our plan, but sometimes the people connect with something and the music becomes more than a song; it becomes a movement," Draze continued.  

"To create this record, I went out on the corner of 23rd and Union one night, posted up, and watched the energy and movement of the people. It was crazy to just sit in silence and watch it all go down. I immediately heard the melody in my soul an Irony On 23rd was born that night," said Draze.

In his new Irony on 23rd music video, Seattle hip-hop artist, Draze, offers a front row seat to one of the countries most heated debates concerning the impact of recreational cannabis retail outlets on communities. Seattle’s 23rd and Union intersection, which falls within a traditionally Black neighborhood, has become the epicenter for the city’s ongoing gentrification debate. Draze’s video gives viewers a first-hand look at the incongruous (and illegal) geographic relationship between Uncle Ike's Pot Shop and its next door neighbor, Mount Calvary Christian Center, as well as spotlighting some of the youth that frequent their Teen Center just across the street.

Draze, in collaboration with the Seattle chapter of the NAACP, ex-gang members, community groups, and neighborhood residents recently shut down the intersection of 23rd & Union for hours to protest the location of Uncle Ike's Pot Shop. The music video includes footage captured during the actual protest. "Recreational marijuana use is only legal in Washington and Colorado. The eyes of the country are on us to see how to navigate this new environment. This song is about making sure all sides of the story are being told. We all voted to legalize marijuana, but putting it this close to a local church’s teen center just ain't cool," said Draze.
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Travaughn - Rest Of My Life

Travaughn - Rest Of My Life (Prod. By E. Smitty)

For Immediate Release:
Southwest Houston Native "Travaughn" delivers his 2nd single "Rest Of My Life" off of his fourth-coming AlbumWelcome To Infinity Set to release in August, feat. production by Atlanta Beatsmith "E. Smitty".  Travaughn lyrically slap boxes with the beat, while E. Smitty provides the feel good soundtrack with a little bit of today & yesterdays influence.  "My music is an esoteric expression of confirmed truths, that are meant to be beneficial to humanity". - Travaughn

Travaughn has always had a desire and interest in music. He feels that music has always been an innovative aspect of his life from an early age of rapping lyrics from Ludacris and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. He did his first stage performance at the age of 13 for the United States Navy Center for Engineering Black History performance.  Travaughn wowed the audience with his lyrical style.  His first professional recording was at the age of 16 in San Diego California with the song “Girl you look good”.  Since then Travaughn has recorded many different songs and is currently working on his album.
His style for music favors consciousness and awareness regarding current state of life and the world.  His desire to refrain from profanity helps to strengthen his message and ideas.
Travaughn admires the style of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Ludacris, Tupac and DJ Screw.

TWITTER - @Travaughn11
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#iTunes #Spotify #GooglePlay
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