By Marcus Robinson, CCNM Photojournalist
Amarion Webb aka RichCrew Kaedo

Amarion Webb aka Rich Crew Kaedo is hungry to be successful. He knows what he wants in life, a street kid who ran away from the street life to become a teen sensation on the stage. His performance at a local club was legendary. I accidentally called my little boss an artist and wrapper but he quickly corrected me by saying, “no Marcus I am a performer.” Okay I said as I talked with him about his success. While the big news media focuses on crime and political business in the city, CCNM focuses on what they ignore, a young Black youth in Englewood who is doing something positive. Not all African American youth are killing and stealing. Some are simply trying to survive.

Kaedo recently lost a member of his family to gun violence. He uses his energy on stage to escape the harsh reality of the environment around him. The girls love this sixteen year old who acts so much more mature than most teens his age. You will come to love this young man and his music, his performance on stage is legendary. Amarion is managed by Kamdre Ent,  Amarion, his cousin Taedo and Friend Loui will give you a performance you want forget. You’ll be motivated to the dance as you enjoy their music. They are youth who are young at heart and very talented. Get ready, here comes Rich Crew Kaedo and his new talent Amarion. This youth created a hit out of scratch. He and cousin Taedo started playing around at the studio while I was there and within seconds Amarion created a hit song called breaking the bank. Kodo’s.


I have functioned as a Business and Media Consultant over the past sixteen years and spent many years developing my capacity to function in our ever evolving use of technology, communication, education and training.