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June 24, 2006

Albany - - It's a growing movement nationwide...combining the world of Christian music with that of the rap world. You can catch a glimpse right here in Albany.

Christian Rap Artist Canton Jones has a mission to bridge the gap between what he calls the church and the streets.

The singer, songwriter, and producer has traveled the world and entertained more than 300,000 people this year alone.

He's performed for the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder, and the late Ray Charles.

But now you can catch the Florida native. He'll be performing at the Victory Tabernacle Assembly of God tomorrow evening.

It's a free concert. Doors open up at 5.

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