(ATLANTA, GA) – January 5, 2019 – Grammy® Award-Winning Platinum Hip Hop Artist Snoop Dogg brought his Puff Puff Pass Tour to The State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA. The incredible night in Hip Hop included performances by Uncle Snoop’s army. This includes, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, and Kurupt. Snoop will be performing tracks from his latest gospel LP, “Bible of Love,” while of course reminiscing on hits like “What’s My Name?”& “Gin & Juice.” alongside his hit-making friends. Lil Duval and Ball Greezy joined Snoop on stage which makes Atlanta the first city where all three artist performed “Living My Best Life” which is Duval’s hit song produced by Mr. Hanky! Pictures courtesy of Briana Crudup
Check out new music from Lil Duvul living his best life, with OG Snoop Dogg and Ball Greezy on the track. The song produced by Mr Hanky, so is def a good feel good type of record. At the end of the day, long as you living your best life what more can you do, if you not then do something about it. Check it out here.
(ATLANTA) April 14, 2017: Last night, comedians Lil Duval, DeRay Davis, Faizon Love and Raquel Lee hosted a private “green carpet” screening of their new hit comedy, Grow House! It all took place at the Regal Atlantic Station theater and welcomed an audience of friends and influencers.
Attending celebs included: Headkrack (Rickey Smiley Morning Show/Dish Nation); Pastor Troy (Rapper/The Undisputed World Champion of Hip Hop); Tangi Miller (Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion); Amber Parker-Jones (OWN/Tyler Perry’s “If Loving You Is Wrong”); Joel Rush (OWN/Tyler Perry’s “If Loving You Is Wrong”); Genise Shelton (Bravo’s “Married to Medicine”); Ferrari Simmons (Streetz 94.5 Personality) and more! This movie is a must see ! It’s guarateed to have you rollin’ !
Whoever said, “money doesn’t grow on trees” never met Darius, Pat and their friends. Fans of comedy and National Weed Day (4/20) have a new hilarious film to celebrate – Hollyweed Films presents Grow House starring DeRay Davis, Lil Duval, Martin Starr, Snoop Dogg, Faizon Love, Malcolm McDowell and Lin Shayeas well as a cameo by Charlamagne The God. This movie is definiley going to be lit ! I know for a fact this is going to be bananas ! Make sure you are in the movies worldwide on 4/20 !
Grow House will be released in theaters April 20, 2017and was written and directed by Mark “DJ Pooh” Jordan, a legendary record producer and mixing engineer turned screenwriter and director. DJ Pooh made his foray into film producing a sequence in 1991’s, Boyz n the Hood. He then went on in 1995 to help co-write the film, Friday with Ice Cube, in which he portrays the character “Red”. He also wrote and directed The Wash, a hip hop-styled comedy film which starred Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and DJ Pooh, with appearances by Eminem, Ludacris, Kurupt, Daz and Xzibit. The film was released on November 16, 2001.
Amber Rose has a show and I believe that it is a comedy show? I’m not to sure but I do know that Amber as usual is catching s lot of heat from it. Well, you know that every time Amber Rose’s name is mentioned it usually always has something bad attached to it or negative and I think this show is her outlet to change that perspective.
Amber basically made comments on the fact that Duval said her show wasn’t funny and that she wouldn’t be anything in life foreal. She took that to heart of course because he judged her without even knowing her personally first off.
Secondly, she highlighted that these are the issues especially in the black community that need to be addressed because we are so quick to tear one another down. She spoke on the fact that this is why we need to lift each other up. Men should uplift their women especially black men and black women.
There is a big disconnect there and until that is fixed we all will be hurting. I more than agree with Amber Rose and I feel like especially when you have a platform of power speaking ignorance and negativity is the wrong way to go and you should get called out on it.
Last night I had the opportunity to kick it with some of Atlanta’s biggest and brightest stars at the Meet the Black Celebrity Break Out. The event was truly star-studded as guests had the opportunity to learn about the hot new film coming to a theater near you called “Meet the Blacks” starring comedians Mike Epps and Atlanta’s own Lil Duval about moving on up to a new life in Beverly Hills. It sounds like an URBAN Beverly Hillbillies…