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Known for being one of the top fifty Canadian Idol singers and for numerous live performances in Toronto Ontario, R&B sensation Cj3 (real name Cornal Wiles Cruickshank Jr. III) tapped in to extensive talents as a recording artist when he joined Duane Chong of DKC Entertainment in 2005. At 26, he has already released an EP (2006), his debut album At Last (2008) along with his hot club single “Not Staying” In (2009) featured on iTunes. And at the height of his career he managed to score opportunities for opening performances for Canadian singer Carl Henry pop star Ne-Yo and rap legend Busta Rhymes. His previous collaborations include Edwin De La Vega, Arthur Zaragoza, DJ Duck, Peaboo, Kendall Marin & The Boy Wonder.
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