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ThaWilsonBlock Magazine Issue66 (August 2018)

Bing Bing leads 7 artists in Pasadena's 32nd Annual Black History Parade (2.15.14)

Shortly after Bing Bing's 21mile Walk through South Central Los Angeles to help End Gang Violence for the next generation, he was eager to keep the momentum going. After all, he did the walk on his 24th birthday, January 19th, 2014.

On February 15th, 2014, Bing Bing led another 7 local artists in the 32nd Annual Black History Parade in Pasadena, California to demonstrate a unified local music scene. The diverse group of local, native Pasadena artists were Bing Bing, Otto Evans, Zarkhi, Lematiq, Stephen Baldry, Phil Phree, J Byrd, & C.O Chosen One who marched down Fair Oaks Avenue chanting
"Who Are We?
"Pasadena Music Scene"
"What Are We Doing"
"Bringing It Together"

"How"
"Unity Now!"

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