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Homies! I’m performing in the OC tomorrow! With a LIVE BAND YO!
Here’s a write up of that event —> http://www.santanerozine.com/analog-mcs-in-a-digital-age-konsept-brings-hip-hop-to-santa-ana-art-walk/
See you there!
I hope you live before you die,
Antoine J. Edmonson

Homies! I’m performing in the OC tomorrow! With a LIVE BAND YO!

Here’s a write up of that event —> http://www.santanerozine.com/analog-mcs-in-a-digital-age-konsept-brings-hip-hop-to-santa-ana-art-walk/

See you there!

I hope you live before you die,

Antoine J. Edmonson

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Our Kids Deserve Better Music is a fundraising concert that will bring together educators, after school program leaders, youth ministry leaders, and people in the community who are passionate about supporting clean, safe, and healthy entertainment for our youth. This event will supplement the crowd funding efforts of Hip Hop artist Antoine Edmonson’s Kickstarter.com project to meet the remaining financial needs of creating his new EP, “Going Postal: Memoirs of Middle America.” 

Edmonson’s mission is to esteem young people to love and accept the their individuality through self discovery. Through his website, AntoineEdmonson.com, he has a blog, letterstoohio.com which is conduit of transformation and self actualization. His team’s goal is to teach young people to be honest and responsible about their thoughts, feelings, and actions. I feel this endeavor will generate a healthier self image for our youth, which, in turn, will lead to a healthier relationship with the world around them.

Through great performances, you will also be introduced to other artists who believe that our kids deserve better music, as well as teens who are leading the way to a much needed transition in the music industry. 
Purchase tickets here → www.OurKidsDeserveBetterMusic.com

Our Kids Deserve Better Music is a fundraising concert that will bring together educators, after school program leaders, youth ministry leaders, and people in the community who are passionate about supporting clean, safe, and healthy entertainment for our youth. This event will supplement the crowd funding efforts of Hip Hop artist Antoine Edmonson’s Kickstarter.com project to meet the remaining financial needs of creating his new EP, “Going Postal: Memoirs of Middle America.”


Edmonson’s mission is to esteem young people to love and accept the their individuality through self discovery. Through his website, AntoineEdmonson.com, he has a blog, letterstoohio.com which is conduit of transformation and self actualization. His team’s goal is to teach young people to be honest and responsible about their thoughts, feelings, and actions. I feel this endeavor will generate a healthier self image for our youth, which, in turn, will lead to a healthier relationship with the world around them.


Through great performances, you will also be introduced to other artists who believe that our kids deserve better music, as well as teens who are leading the way to a much needed transition in the music industry.

Purchase tickets here → www.OurKidsDeserveBetterMusic.com

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Letter #197: Our Kids Deserve Better Music

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Dear Ohio,

Today is a huge day for me.

My Kickstarter project “Our Kids Deserve Better Music” is launching today. I am raising $4,400 to put the finishing touches on my upcoming album “Going Postal: Memoirs of Middle America” that is going to change the music industry forever. This is a big step for me, considering how bad I “failed” when I tried to do a Kickstarter in March.

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Letter #196: Speak Things Into Existence

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Dear Ohio,

"I speak into existence that at my concert on November 17th, we will not have enough space to fit all the people who want to come to the event."

Yesterday, that one sentence transformed my life forever. Let’s rewind though. So, I’ve been preparing to launch my Kickstarter project this Wednesday. Last Friday, I picked up 1,000 flyers to help promote the concert that I’m having to supplement the Kickstarter. While this seems like a grand opportunity, I wasn’t so sure.

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Letter #195: TGIF

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Dear Ohio,

WHO CARES THAT IT’S FRIDAY?!

All week long I see pictures on Instagram instructing me to hold on because Friday is coming soon. My question is why are we so unsatisfied with our jobs that we spend everyday of the week counting down to Friday? I think that it’s a complete waste of time to be at a job that makes you wish it was Friday, as you’re driving to it on Monday morning.

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Letter #194: Glass Ceiling

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Dear Ohio,

Contentment erodes a man from the inside out.

The false sense of security that money brings is haunting. Men thrive on being able to provide their community. Earning money is one way that we achieve that need. Having the means to buy things gives us a sense of power, a sense of worth, that we can change our own or our loved ones circumstances. That’s why so many men become greedy.

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Letter#193: Colors

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Dear Ohio,

"Ay!"

He yelled at me as I walked past him. He was talking to someone at a car on the same side of the street that I was walking on. My father taught me to avoid a fight at all costs, unless someone put their hands on you first, so I kept walking, without looking back. He then yelled “Why you walking so fast?!” I sped up my gait as I approached my residence.

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Letter #192: Leftovers

Dear Ohio,

As a kid, I hated leftovers.

My father had to practically force my sister and I to eat barbecue all week after the fourth of July or Labor Day. The smokey ribs are now soggy and the microwave has dried out the once juicy, savory pork meat. The cheese in the macaroni and cheese isn’t cheesy anymore.There is nothing quite like fresh, out of the oven food. 

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