I was at the Bell House for the Teaser Party for the 15th Annual New York Burlesque Festival. I was impressed by the performers and the host. The World Famous *BOB* hosted the festivities in her old stomping grounds. It was refreshing to see her in person giving quick quibs and snappy comments. I never been to the festival and this was a treat seeing some of the performers you follow on Instagram or Twitter in person performing what they do best. The event was a celebration o
This time Maine chimes in about her input for Nefertitty.... How much fun was it to shoot the episodes? Maine: Oh. Em. GEE!!! So much fun! Is Nefertitty your favorite character to do? Maine: Absolutely by far Nefertitty is my favorite character to play. I was obsessed with action characters and superheroes as a kid. Now I get to play one! How much input did you have with the script? Maine: Lola Rocknrolla is a genius and a hilarious riot! We are very in sync creative
Right after I got witness the premiere screening of Nefertitty TV I got a chance to interview director/producer Lola Rocknrolla and the lead Maine Anders and ask them about the process of creating a TV series around the character and what it's like to shoot in Brooklyn along with what's next for Team Titty. Why a TV series for this character? Is it part of a expansion plan?
Lola: We did two short films with Nefertitty (Nefertitty and Nefertitty in Space) but I really wante
I went to Anthology Film Archives this evening to see Nefertitty TV premiere screening. To give you the rundown of Nefertitty was a short film that premiered at the African American Film Festival in Philadelphia a couple of years back. SInce then it involved into another film: Nefertitty In Space and now a series. Created and co produced by Lola Rocknrolla Nefertitty is a blaxploitation spoof that features Maine Anders as the title hero who fights racism in her own way with a
Listening to the latest track from Rockness Monstah off his long awaited debut album "Rockness A.P.(After Price)" I realized that this is long overdue. After waiting for so long and watching his Twin Tower partner(RIP Sean) dominate the independent market for nearly a decade, it's his turn unfortunately after Sean's passing. The hunger is still there and the lyrics is as brash as it was when Heltah Skeltah first came on to the scene back in 1995. The Arcitype gave Rock a knoc
I realized that somehow Therman Munsin isn't going to stop putting out heat and for that I just got to accept it and post. He just released another banger "Evil Empire" featuring Big Twins from Infamous Mobb. Given to the fact that Therman is no stranger to my new or old blog, I always give him respect because he is highly underrated in this game called rap. The bars are ferocious and batters your eardrums slowly then the beat continues to smack you upside the head. Big Twins
Thoughts.... Been through so many places in these last couple of weeks, I haven't been able to piece everything together and post what's good except on Instagram. I do want to give a quick rundown of where I been and what I witness so far just to close out the summer in style. From art galleries to block parties your boy is back to chronicling what's happening in the city. First I was at the Wix Lounge(nice plug) for the Serato Sample event. Serato just launch a new program w