Wish I Could

Dub J announces new single with all-star cast to speak out against gun violence. Canadian producer Dub J unifies a Toronto A-List roster of JRDNMaestro Fresh WesJD EraBizz Loc, TurkRoney and Jelleestone on a new single speaking out against the rising gun violence in Toronto.

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This record marks an extremely important milestone in Canadian Hip-Hop. It’s a bold statement made alongside intergenerational voices to convey a powerful unified message to the people of Toronto at a time when many lives continue to be lost to senseless gun violence.

“The multigenerational component combined with the life experiences and knowledge that these artists bring to this song is very powerful. I truly believe this is the most important Canadian hip hop record ever made” – Dub J

Wish I Could will be available everywhere that offers streaming services on October 23.

WE CAN DO MORE

“I’ve been in the Canadian music industry for over 20 years. The majority of my work has been based out of Toronto and I’ve lost personal friends as victims to this gun problem. 

 
I felt that with my platform and a broad network, I could speak up on this topic appropriately. We all need to do our part to help combat this issue.
I am proud to announce that I have founded a new initiative called ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
Starting today, you’ll start seeing the ENOUGH IS ENOUGH logo appear all over Toronto.  We have already connected with numerous clothing stores, sneaker shops and jewellery stores. Also starting today, we are happy to announce that popular Toronto direc tors like Knemesis, Brown Guy Made This and others have agreed to no longer shoot videos for artists songs that can incite violence. These are all steps in the right direction.” – DUB

The ENOUGH IS ENOUGH movement’s primary goal is to bring national awareness to the heightened acts of gun violence in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Often, people want to help but don’t know how. Think of ENOUGH IS ENOUGH as a curator to connect individuals with all the amazing organizations in Toronto that are committed to putting an end to gun violence in the City.

Want to know can you help? Consider helping us with a donation to our campaign. (https://paypal.me/enoughisenoughto) No donation is too small and every contribution is extremely appreciated.

Donations will be distributed right back into the communities directly impacted by gun violence.

Learn more about this campaign by visiting

enoughisenoughto.com or follow us on Instagram @enoughisenoughTO

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