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"Stop all the Violence in our Global Communities!"

Welcome to the WAKE-UP Movement “Stop all the Violence in our Global Communities”

We have come together some 30+ years after the Self- Destruction “Stop the Violence Movement" was recorded and distributed. And we still have the same issues in our Global Communities. The Wake-Up Movement is in the same spirit of several projects such as Sun City, Self- Destruction, all in the Same Gang, H.E.A.L (Human Education Against Lies), to name a few. We are continuing in that same mental state in this project. We also want to include the Global Community Based Elements with this Movement. Our goal is to network with the Global Communities for a continuing impact.

Our Global Communities are still plagued with several forms of Violence including the following: Gangs, Police & Social, Economic, Health, Educational in-justices, also lack both youth and community leadership, along with prison & criminal reform to name a few. We have come together to help with these elements that are true acts of Violence in our Global Communities.

The WAKE-UP Movement plans to bring more awareness through the following: income Centers, Music, Digital & Social Media, also by using the products to help fund Global-Organizations and outreach programs, that are already in our Global Communities. The WAKE-UP Movement will be helping provide well-needed funding and media action including mass access along with increasing their Network and services.

 The WAKE -UP Movement “Stop all the Violence in our Global Communities” our goal will be a push back from this generation, in a long fight to create better Global Communities worldwide.

 The WAKE-UP Movement will put together a musical album that talks about all the above plagues of violence in the Global Communities. The Album will include several tracks and a track from an All-Star lineup the remake of the Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes “Wake-up Everybody”, from several Artists from different forms and musical styles, also several musical tracks based on the mission of the movement of this album.  Proceeds will go to the organizations and outreach foundations that already exist in our Global Communities. For more information Contact us @


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Office: (323)685-6616


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Goodie Mob is a group based in Atlanta, Georgia. It was formed in 1991 by Big Gipp, Khujo, Cee-Lo, and T-Mo. In 1995, Goodie Mob released their debut album, Soul Food, which was critically acclaimed and certified Gold. The album aired social and political issues such as racism, discrimination, geopolitics, and gentrification. The debut single "Cell Therapy" reached number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart. Goodie Mob is part of the Dungeon Family, a hip hop/R&B musical collective, based in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 1998, Goodie Mob released a second album, Still Standing. The album continued the group's style of social commentary, and Cee-Lo's singing talents were used more frequently. The group's third album, World Party, veered away from their gritty style and instead incorporated lighter beats and party related subject matter. During its production, Cee-Lo left the group to pursue a solo career when he was unhappy with the project's direction. Goodie Mob's fourth album, One Monkey Don't Stop No Show, was released in 2004 and suffered a poor reception, resulting in Big Gipp also leaving the group. T-Mo and Khujo, as the Lumberjacks, released the album Livin' Life as Lumberjacks in 2005.

In 2006, all four members of Goodie Mob performed together following a Gnarls Barkley concert, marking the group's reunion. In 2011, Goodie Mob signed with Elektra Records and worked on a new album, which would eventually become 2013's Age Against the Machine.

On August 19, 2008, all four members performed on stage together unannounced at the Tabernacle in Atlanta during a free Nelly concert.

On September 19, 2009, Goodie Mob performed for the first official reunion concert at the Masquerade in Atlanta, Georgia. The band also played with all the original members at the Smoke Out festival in San Bernardino, California, on October 23, 2009.

As of 2011, Goodie Mob is signed with Elektra Records.

On March 12, 2011, Goodie Mob performed "Get Rich to This" in Las Vegas, Nevada, for part of the Red Bull Soundclash concert that featured Cee-Lo.

On April 28, 2011, Cee-Lo brought out Goodie Mob during his performance at Sunfest in West Palm Beach, Florida. The group performed four songs together including "Black Ice (Sky High)", "Cell Therapy", and "Soul Food".

On July 25, 2011, Cee-Lo announced via his Twitter that Goodie Mob's reunion album would be titled We Sell Drugs Too. However, in February 2012 Cee-Lo tweeted that the name has been changed to Age Against the Machine.Survival Kit was released on November 13, 2020. The group plans to start touring in December 2020.




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On May 10, 2020 (Mothers Day) 34 year-old Chantelle Krupka was attempting to arrange a visit with her son with whom she has joint custody and 50/50 custody. Her ex insisted on withholding access to her so so she called several times in an attempt to at least speak with her son. This lead to her ex calling the police, lying on her and weaponizing the police against her. The police arrived at her house more than 10 hours after her last text to “issue a verbal warning” but insisted she come outside. They escalated the situation and because Chantelle was yelling back, they tased her partner, then her, then shot her in the lower abdomen when she was flat on her back. The bullet fractured Chantelle’s right hip. Chantelle underwent two major emergency surgeries and spent 1 week in the hospital. She is still in recovery and in need of therapy that is not covered by Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Right after the shooting, the Police robbed them of their legally grown cannabis and rent money in an attempt to formulate a case against them to criminalize them and create the illusion of justification for the shooting.  They are in need of funds for lawyers fees. Since the incident, both Chantelle and Michael have been working tirelessly to bring light to the injustices that they and many others have suffered at the hands of a very corrupt system. They realize how blessed they are to be alive, as they are the only ones who’ve survived an attack by the Police of this force in 2020. Together with the community, they are pressing forward for change! Please help to support them on this mission! They are still residing in the house where the incident took place. As one can imagine, this causes them a great deal of mental anguish to add to the severe physical and emotional pain. Being there is an intense trigger for Chantelle’s PTSD. Because of discriminating landlords, they will need to pay several months rent upfront in order to secure a new rental home. br />