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Rap-Up: DJ Bedz gives mixtape profits to Safehouse Denver

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DJ Bedz, of 107.1 FM and the Denver Nuggets, announced that he has partnered with Safehouse Denver and 100 percent of the profits from the sale of his mixtapes at Independent Records will go towards the organization. Safehouse Denver is an organization that gives services to women, children and youth that are victims of domestic violence.

"I can honestly say I haven't been this excited about anything in a long time," Bedz said. "The righteousness of the organization speaks for itself, all we have to do is spread the word one person at a time. Any help you can offer in this area would mean a lot to me. Let's make this happen baby! Thank you all for the ongoing love and support!"

You can find DJ Bedz mix CDs in the 'Radio Bums' section at Independent Records at 937 E. Colfax Blvd. - Quibian Salazar-Moreno

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