Baldwin also used a new rap name for that mixtape: There was no time for sleep. Not next to the Fresno Monsters' name nor any other team. I got the camera out all the time.
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The tipping point for Baldwin came in the arcade of a hockey rink. Baldwin improved his ability to create beats, and he started to record. College scouts wrote him off, and the ice was melting on his hockey career.
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Baldwin has made it a point not to take his support group for granted. He needed a league better suited for his undersizedpound frame.
Baldwin comes out of the locker room to crowds screaming his name whether the game is home or away. Until he messed up.
He gave them advice on junior hockey. Instead, Charles Baldwin experimented with rapping. All the inside jokes that go down inside the life of junior hockey.
Whether it's a hockey move or hanging with my buddies, people would say, 'Chuck, that was slick. I wanted to show the dream. Instead, it only began.
Baldwin searched for local teams to play for. It was time to make a documentary.
Hockey player Charles Baldwin aka ‘Chucky Slick’ the rapper
Baldwin's personality is also the result of a series of unfortunate incidents that happened around him. Baldwin had been wearing a Gongshow hat of his own in the "Living The Dream Junior Hockey Anthem " video, and now wears apparel for the company.
And people say I'm slick with a lot of things in life. He needed a league better suited for his undersizedpound frame. He bought a chain and a backwards hat. The tipping point for Baldwin came in the arcade of a hockey rink. There are so many rap songs that just have a catchy chorus, so they blow up. Baldwin says he has received multiple offers to play Division III college hockey, and he has been looked at by some Division I programs.
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I got the camera out all the time. Baldwin did not record until he felt he had reached his full potential. Tier III was a good start, but he wanted to play more competitive junior hockey. He found a niche in junior hockey.
Baldwin also used a new rap name for that mixtape: Curtis Imdieke pictured below21, one of Baldwin's San Diego friends, has especially noticed Baldwin's fan interaction. College scouts wrote him off, and the ice was melting on his hockey career. I'd come home from school, lock my door and just listen. But when Baldwin put the song up on his music page, it did not get the quick views he expected. He bought a chain and a backwards hat. So many people are getting famous off YouTube these days.
He still thought his career had life. Crum, 20, now of the Springfield Jr.