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    Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott’s Victory Walk to Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Not Like Us’

    Brandon Scott swiftly won the Democratic primary for mayor, priming him for a presumed second term in office. To defeat the previous mayor, Sheila Dixon, in a straightforward contest was a remarkable victory.

    The moment was worthy of the grandest gala held at the newly unveiled Rye Street Market building, located in the heart of Baltimore Peninsula. The atmosphere of transformation and movement shifted as Scott strode defiantly across the stage to Kendrick Lamar’s “Not Like Us.” It was not only a reference to the times, but a self-assurance that he would lead in a distinct manner.

    Stemming on the solid financial backing of big-time real estate developers, Scott’s campaign has brought new energy to development and housing in the city. Now, his administration stands to take on the unenviable challenge of getting to the root of Baltimore’s biggest issues; crime, education, drug addiction, and poverty.

    As Brandon Scott strides into his second term, across the city, expectation has everyone holding their breath to see how it all unfolds next. He is seen as the win at the end of a losing, being sickly city. Therefore, his administration’s deeds in the next term is the pivot of the city’s next journey. Mayor Brandon Scott is sung off to a familiar beatific affirmations from Kendrick Lamar, holding the rhythm for him as he leads the City of Baltimore to a renaissance.

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