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Sarah Barnett said:   August 26, 2013 8:43 pm PST
Gone but never forgotten...thank you for sharing your God given talent in the rememberance of this and all young men who have fallen short and will never get to see their "18". This song evoked soooo many raw emotions and brought forth a stream of tears...When will the senseless and untimely killing of our "tomorrow" end???

Deborah Grifin said:   August 12, 2013 11:18 am PST
This was so heart touching, it brought tears to my eyes, this song to me represents all the young lives that were taken to soon by the hands of the un-right. In all God has the final word !

Rose said:   August 10, 2013 4:39 pm PST
This was a beautiful way to show that you care for all the young people that had there lives taken at the hand of violence. God Bless You!

Carl Jefferson said:   August 8, 2013 6:54 pm PST
I first heard 18song on one of the local Black radio talk shows. Like most people, my heart and spirit were broken by the verdict handed down in the trial. I cried the first time 18song played and the song still brings a tear or two to my eyes. I love the song so much so that every person in my email address book got the link to the site. I will never forger and the healing process continues.

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"18"
Written, Arranged, Produced & Recorded by Darryl Duncan, this song is dedicated to the memory of Trayvon Martin and all the young lives cut short by violence.

It's available now on iTunes, Amazon mp3 and other music sites. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to CeaseFire.org