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Canada Maestro Fresh Wes lends voice to charity single on Toronto gun violence awareness

12:10  23 october  2020
12:10  23 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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TORONTO — Eight Canadian hip hop artists, including Maestro Fresh Wes and Jelleestone, have lent their voices to a new charity single that speaks out against Toronto gun violence.

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“Wish I Could” debuted on streaming services today with verses from other Canadian artists, including R&B singer Jrdn and local rappers JD Era, Bizz Loc, Turk and Roney.

The song addresses the senseless deaths and a wish to "bring back the loved ones we lost."

The track was produced by Dub J as the launchpad for an initiative he’s calling “Enough is Enough,” which aims to unite local business and community leaders around the cause and draw nationwide awareness.

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The producer says money raised by the single, and donations to an "Enough is Enough" fundraiser, will be distributed to local communities impacted by rising gun violence.

Toronto is expected to surpass last year’s record number of shootings even in the pandemic.

According to police data last updated on Monday, there have been 409 incidents of shootings and firearm discharges this year, with 35 people being killed.

Two years ago, rapper Kardinal Offishall, filmmaker Director X and producer Taj Critchlow met with Toronto Mayor John Tory to discuss possible solutions to Toronto's gun violence.

The meeting came days after two men associated with the local rap scene – 21-year-old Jahvante Smart, also known as Smoke Dawg, and 28-year-old Ernest Modekwe – had been killed in a shooting in the downtown area.

Around the same time, Drake’s producer Noah Shebib took to his Instagram account to express concern that the murders were being framed as all gang-related. He pointed to a “troubling” focus on increased policing, instead of improved funding for community resources.

"Enough is Enough" fundraiser on PayPal: https://paypal.me/enoughisenoughto

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This report by The Canadian Press was first published October 23, 2020.

David Friend, The Canadian Press

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