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Rapper, Ethan Dangerwing, a/k/a The Vulture, cousin of Corey Jones, a 31-year-old-drummer/ musician, killed by a Palm Beach County Sheriff in 2015, in recording studio singing a George Floyd Tribute song, “Enough,” written and produced by Jeff Mustard, as homage to Mr. Floyd and Mr. Jones. Amazingly, the song was recorded on Juneteenth. 

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Lyricist/Writer/Producer, Jeff Mustard in a recording studio performing “Finally,” the lyrical poem he wrote as a prologue to the George Floyd Tribute song. The poem, says Mustard, “reflects my immersion intellectually and creatively not just in the horrific act of the Floyd murder, but the need to take active participation in the ‘righting of wrongs’ perpetrated upon the African American community.” As the words say: “No longer pacifist, but Activist…Finally a realist, now, an Attitude Twist”  …these phrases represent a lyrical predicate of this point in time in our nation’s history. 

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Rob Roa, Song Writer (music only), Co-Producer, Mixer/Engineer, at engineer board reviewing tracks, mixing music and lyrics to produce the two-part George Floyd, Corey Jones song, “Enough.” 

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Jeff Mustard (center) Lyricist/Writer/Producer of George Floyd Tribute Song, “Enough,” with Rapper, Ethan Dangerwing, a/k/a The Vulture, ((Left) cousin of slain musician/drummer, Corey Jones), and Co-Producer, Rob Roa, Engineer/Mixer.   

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Jeff Mustard (center) Lyricist/Writer/Producer of George Floyd Tribute Song, “Enough,” with Rapper, Ethan Dangerwing, a/k/a The Vulture, ((Left) cousin of slain musician/drummer, Corey Jones), and Co-Producer, Rob Roa, (Right), Engineer/Mixer. The trio, seen here, recorded a video (on the website) expressing their outrage AND motivations behind the message of this song, the personal connection of “this moment in history” and the larger implications of historic and systemic racism.  

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Rapper, Ethan Dangerwing, a/k/a The Vulture, cousin of Corey Jones, a 31-year-old-drummer/ musician, killed by a Palm Beach County Sheriff in 2015, in recording studio singing a George Floyd Tribute song, “Enough,” written and produced by Jeff Mustard, as homage to Mr. Floyd and Mr. Jones. Amazingly, the song was recorded on Juneteenth. 

EDITORS/COPY NOTE: BRIEF OVERVIEW & JEFF MUSTARD QUOTES

Jeff Mustard wrote the lyrics to the song, “Enough” a week after Mr. Floyd’s murder.  A few “tweaks later,” Mustard was in a recording studio laying tracks and producing this two-part song, titled, “Enough,” intended as both an “angry, sentimental, and cathartic  expression of our nations’ current moment  in history” says, lyricist/writer/produce, Jeff Mustard, “perhaps a turning point in the country concerning racism, bigotry, prejudice and inequality representing hopefully, finally, an inflection point of change  that is clearly long overdue.”  

This song also pays tribute to Corey Jones,  a beloved  African American artist/musician/drummer in his hometown of Delray Beach & Boynton Beach, Florida. Jeff Mustard resides in Delray Beach and was further inspired to use this pivotal cultural moment in our nation to not only bring attention to the horrific stories the country is now first becoming familiar with, (related specifically to the “death of black men at the hands of police,” or rather, actually, are finally acknowledging), but  also serve as a fund-raiser for Corey Jones and his family. A percentage of monies raised will be used to produce a life-size Bronze statue of Mr. Jones. Equal Justice Studios hopes/anticipates the respective cities in consideration will earmark funds (out of either Community Redevelopment Agency Funds or “Art in Public Places” budget item) to produce the Corey Jones statue.  The statue will be located in the City of Delray or Boynton Beach (subject to discussion with officials in each city). 

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