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5 out of 5

11 Ratings
11 Ratings

tear-jerking!

PhyzikalShot

Great song, sad message; you have TALENT! RIP trayvon!

Awesome song!

Tia72

Love it! This song is a great tribute to Trayvon and all of the other children that have lost their lives to senseless violence.Brings tears to my eyes....RIP

American tragedy memorialized from a different perspective

mars will

A poignant yet necessary message form the eyes of a young man who will not be allowed to become an old man.
Well written performed and produced.

About Darryl Duncan

Duncan was born in Chicago, Illinois, USA, where he formed the funk group Cashmere in the mid-70s. Leaving the band prior to their chart successes on the Philly World label, he concentrated on songwriting, composing the attractive ballad ‘Simply Beautiful’ for Jerry Butler in 1982, and collaborating with artists including Chaka Khan and Maurice White. Moving to Los Angeles in 1986, he produced an album for Foxy Records, and opened his own recording career with a track on Motown’s Police Academy IV film soundtrack. He signed a full-scale contract with Motown in 1987, and won immediate acclaim for the tribute single ‘James Brown (Part 1)’, and for the mix of funk and soul styles on his self-produced debut album.

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