Rolling Loud New York: Saturday Recap

Hip-Hop’s Biggest Festival Brand Travels to Rap’s Hometown For a Day of Infinite Drip

Critical Praise:
Rolling Loud has rapidly become the most essential annual hip-hop festival” – The New York Times

One of hip-hop’s biggest festivals” – The Wall Street Journal

“The country’s premier hip-hop festival” – Billboard

THE RECAP:

With a grandeur and scale befitting the festival’s Empire City surroundings, Rolling Loud New York is one of the defining rap events of 2019. On the first day of the inaugural edition of this festival, there was a palpable electricity as rap’s elite descended upon Citi Field in Queens, bringing their A-game to fit the occasion. Closing with a characteristically epic Travis Scott performance, Saturday also boasted an energetic, Meek Mill taking the stage with guest spots from Calboy and Wale, a performance by the full Wu-Tang Clan, and hometown sets from nearly a dozen NY stars, from Fat Joe to Lil TJay.

Additional highlights include Playboi Carti earning a rapturous response for both his hits and his leaks, YGgiving his take on the day’s trending topics, Young M.A. bringing a heavy dose of Brooklyn to the Sauce Stage, new Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant chilling backstage, and much more.

Check below for some of the best photos of the day’s most memorable moments.

For additional images from the festival, visit this Dropbox of hi-res photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/4f6i6e3bvbl4s4x/AAAiOTaMayAcNHrc2g_keYOOa?dl=0

See even more highlights on Rolling Loud’s Instagram.

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CHECK HERE FOR DAY 2 LIVESTREAM LINKS AND EMBEDS:

Day 2 : Curated feed – mixed stages
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Day 2 : Fashion Nova Stage
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Day 2 : DRYP Stage
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Day 2 : SAUCE Stage
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TRAVIS SCOTT:

The proud Houston native brings down the house with his new stage design (Credit: Rolling Loud/Nicolita Bradley @okaynicolita)

(Credit: Rolling Loud/Nicolita Bradley @okaynicolita)

MEEK MILL:

The righteously intense Philly rapper prepares to take the stage (Credit: Rolling Loud/ Shaun Llewellyn @@shaunllewellyn_)

WU-TANG CLAN:

Ya best protect ya neck–RZA, Ghost, Rae, Meth, and the rest bring the ruckus during their epic Dryp Stage set (Credit: Rolling Loud/Mickey Pierre-Louis @itchyeyephotos)

Method Man (Credit: Rolling Loud/Mickey Pierre-Louis @itchyeyephotos)

Clan in Da Front (Credit: Rolling Loud/Mickey Pierre-Louis @itchyeyephotos)
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PLAYBOI CARTI:

Playboi Carti shines bright as fans scream back his mantra-like rhymes (Credit: Rolling Loud/Leanne Leuterio @snap_ll)

SHECK WES & KEVIN DURANT:

(Credit: Rolling Loud/Leanne Leuterio @snap_ll)

YOUNG M.A.:

The Brooklyn native dazzles the crowd with her technique (Credit: Rolling Loud/Nicolita Bradley @okaynicolita )

LIL TJAY:

Nobody was happier to be at Rolling Loud New York than the Bronx-born teenaged sensation (Credit: Rolling Loud/Amal Flower Kay @cohibit)

RICO NASTY:

The 2019 XXL Freshman poses backstage with her best bud Fish (Credit: Rolling Loud/Nicolita Bradley @okaynicolita)

LIL KEED:

ATL’s latest breakout star mingles with fans during his set (Credit: Rolling Loud/ Felix Francisco @felxfrancisco)

FLIPP DINERO:

The crowd couldn’t leave Canarsie’s hometown hero alone (Credit: Rolling Loud/Marcus McDonald @themcdub)

THE CROWD:

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Rolling Loud New York’s Signature Cereal, available at the festival’s Cereal Bar (Credit: Rolling Loud/Marcus McDonald @TheMcDub)

(Credit: Rolling Loud/Amal Flower Kay @cohibit)

(Credit: Rolling Loud/Sebastian Rodriguez @srodriguez92)

Rolling Loud would like to thank the following for setting up activations at the festival:
FashionNova
Monster
Simple Mobile
Heineken

And these further corporate sponsors:
BE-AT.TV
Four Loko
Miller/Coors
Electric Standard Company
Ethika
New Era
Buzznog

THE BACKGROUND:

Founded in 2015 by Matt Zingler and Tariq Cherif as a one-day festival in Miami, Rolling Loud evolved into a global behemoth, with massive festivals on both American coasts and an international event in Australia. Occurring at Citi Field in October, Rolling Loud New York boasted one of the festival brand’s most impressive lineups yet, with headlining performances from New York icons A$AP Rocky and Wu-Tang Clan, alongside genre superstars Travis Scott, Meek Mill, and Lil Uzi Vert.

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Diahann Carroll

July 17, 1935 – October 4, 2019 

Our pioneer, ground breaker, inspiration, muse, role model, pillar of Entertainment excellence has passed on. Job well done!

Carol Diahann Johnson, like so many significant others in our lives is widely regarded as an American Hero. A trailblazer who instinctively paved the way for ALL of us who engage in this Entertainment medium.

Her track record speaks for itself and is the sole reason why we will miss her sorely – until we meet again.

Diahann Carroll born Carol Diahann Johnson; July 17, 1935 – October 4, 2019) was an American actress, singer, and model. She rose to stardom in performances in some of the earliest major studio films to feature black casts, including Carmen Jones in 1954 and Porgy and Bess in 1959. In 1962, Carroll won a Tony Award for best actress, a first for a black woman, for her role in the Broadway musical No Strings. 

Her 1968 debut in Julia, the first series on American television to star a black woman in a nonstereotypical role,was a milestone both in her career and the medium. In the 1980s she played the role of Dominique Deveraux, a mixed-race diva, in the prime time soap opera Dynasty.

Carroll was the recipient of numerous stage and screen nominations and awards, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress In A Television Series in 1968. She received an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination for the 1974 film Claudine. She was also a breast cancer survivor and activist.

Carrol Diahann Johnson was born in the Bronx, New York City, on July 17, 1935, to John Johnson, a subway conductor, and Mabel (Faulk), a nurse.When Carroll was an infant, the family moved to Harlem, where she grew up. She attended Music and Art High School, and was a classmate of Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents’ support, enrolling her in dance, singing, and modeling classes. By the time Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony. “She also began entering television contests, including “Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts,” under the name Diahann Carroll.” After graduating from high school, she attended New York University, majoring in sociology, “but she left before graduating to pursue a show-business career, promising her family that if the career did not materialize after two years, she would return to college.” Carroll’s big break came at 18, when she appeared as a contestant on the DuMont Television Network program, Chance of a Lifetime, hosted by Dennis James. On the show, which aired January 8, 1954, she took the $1,000 top prize for a rendition of the Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein song, “Why Was I Born?” She went on to win the following four weeks. Engagements at Manhattan’s Café Society and Latin Quarter nightclubs soon followed.

Carroll’s film debut was a supporting role in Carmen Jones (1954) as a friend to the sultry lead character played by Dorothy Dandridge. That same year, she starred in the Broadway musical, House of Flowers. In 1959, she played Clara in the film version of George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess, but her character’s singing parts were dubbed by opera singer Loulie Jean Norman. She made a guest appearance in the series Peter Gunn, in the 1960 episode “Sing a Song of Murder”. She starred with Sidney Poitier, Paul Newman, and Joanne Woodward in the 1961 film Paris Blues. In 1962, Carroll won the Tony Award for best actress (a first for a black woman) for the role of Barbara Woodruff in the Samuel A. Taylor and Richard Rodgers musical No Strings. 
In 1974, she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress for the film Claudine. The role of Claudine had been written specifically for actress Diana Sands (who had made guest appearances on Julia as Carroll’s cousin Sara), but shortly before filming was to begin, Sands found out that she was terminally ill with cancer. Sands attempted to carry on with the role, but as filming began, she became too ill to continue, and recommended her friend Carroll take over the role. Sands would not live to see Claudine. She died in September 1973; Claudine, starring Diahann Carroll and James Earl Jones, was released in April 1974.

Carroll is well known for her titular role in the 1968 television series Julia, which made her the first African-American actress to star in her own television series where she did not play a domestic worker. That role won her the Golden Globe Award for “Best Actress In A Television Series” in 1968, and a nomination for an Emmy Award in 1969. 
Some of her earlier work also included appearances on shows hosted by Jack Paar, Merv Griffin, Johnny Carson, Judy Garland, and Ed Sullivan, and on The Hollywood Palace variety show. In 1984, Carroll joined the nighttime soap opera Dynasty as the mixed-race jet set diva Dominique Deveraux, half-sister of Blake Carrington. Her high-profile role on Dynasty also reunited her with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams, who briefly played her onscreen husband Brady Lloyd. Carroll remained on the show until 1987, simultaneously making several appearances on its short-lived spin-off, The Colbys. She received her third Emmy nomination in 1989 for the recurring role of Marion Gilbert in A Different World.

In 1991, Carroll played the role of Eleanor Potter, the wife of Jimmy Potter, portrayed by Chuck Patterson, in The Five Heartbeats, a musical drama film in which Jimmy manages a vocal group. In this role, Carroll was a doting, concerned, and protective wife alongside actor and musician Robert Townsend, Michael Wright, and others. In a 1995 reunion with Billy Dee Williams in Lonesome Dove: The Series, she played Mrs. Greyson, the wife of Williams’ character. In 1996, Carroll starred as the self-loving and deluded silent movie star Norma Desmond in the Canadian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical version of the classic film Sunset Boulevard. In 2001, Carroll made her animation début in The Legend of Tarzan, in which she voiced Queen La, an evil sorceress and ruler of the ancient city of Opar.

Read more – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diahann Carroll
Without Diahann our roads to success are rocky at best!

R.E. Classics will never forget!

Buddy Guy with Special Guest Mavis Staples

Sunday, November 10 at 7pm

For this unique, once-in-a-lifetime concert, Grammy winner and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame blues legend Buddy Guy will be joined by the equally legendary Mavis Staples, the inimitable soul-gospel-R&B powerhouse and civil rights activist.

 

at New Jersey Performing Arts Center
Prudential Hall
$49 – $109

At age 83, multiple Grammy Award-winning guitarist, singer and songwriter Buddy Guy – the recipient of the Presidential National Medal of Arts, among many other honors – is still laying down the blues with gusto, both in the recording studio and on tour.
For this performance, presented as part of NJPAC’s TD James Moody Jazz Festival, Buddy Guy will welcome Mavis Staples, the Grammy-winning vocalist who has masterfully balanced gospel and R&B since her early years performing with her family’s famous band, the Staple Singers. Guy’s incredible career has spanned over 50 years, yet he still sounds every bit as vital and youthful as he did back in his early days working with the late Junior Wells. Guy’s latest album, The Blues Is Alive and Well (featuring guest appearances by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, and others) was named “Blues Album of the Year” in the 2019 DownBeat Critics Poll, and Guy himself was named “Blues Artist of the Year.” The Blues Is Alive and Well is Guy’s 18th solo LP and the follow-up to his acclaimed Born to Play Guitar, which earned a 2016 Grammy for “Best Blues Album.” “Buddy Guy stands as one of the last true traditional blues legends of his time,” says Spill Magazine. “Front to back, The Blues Is Alive and Well is a flawless blues album and stands as one of the best records released this year.”
Complete TD James Moody Jazz Festival Schedule
11/09 – Bobby Sanabria: Bethany Jazz Vespers (Free)
11/10 – Buddy Guy with Special Guest Mavis Staples
11/14 – Nimbus Dance and NJSO: Salute to Nina Simone and Nancy Wilson
11/14 – Chaka Khan with Special Guest Emmaline
11/15 – NJMEA All-State Jazz with Steve Turre
11/15 – After Midnight: The Music of the King Cole Trio w/ Clint Holmes, Catherine Russell & Billy Stritch
11/15 – Steps Ahead, Michael Franks, and Spyro Gyra
11/16 – The Roots with A Christian McBride Situation
11/21 – Lee Ritenour with Dave Grusin & Friends
11/22 – Christian Sands Presents the Erroll Garner 3 Piano Summit Ft. Helen Sung and Tadataka Unno
11/23 – Maurice Hines’ Tappin’ Thru Life with the Diva Jazz Orchestra
11/24 – Dorthaan’s Place: Houston Person Quartet
11/24 – Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition: The SASSY Awards
For complete TD James Moody Jazz Festival schedule and details, click here.
About NJPAC
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in downtown Newark, N.J., is America’s most diverse performing arts center, and the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey, where great performances and events enhance and transform lives every day. NJPAC brings diverse communities together, providing access to all and showcasing the state’s and the world’s best artists while acting as a leading catalyst in the revitalization of its home city. Through its extensive Arts Education programs, NJPAC is shaping the next generation of artists and arts enthusiasts. NJPAC has attracted nearly 10 million visitors (including over 1.6 million children) since opening its doors in 1997, and nurtures meaningful and lasting relationships with each of its constituents.
About TD James Moody Jazz Festival
Co-produced by NJPAC and WBGO Jazz 88.3FM, the TD James Moody Jazz Festival was inaugurated in 2012 and named in recognition of the jazz saxophone virtuoso from Newark. NJPAC’s annual celebration of “America’s classical music” is a spree of more than two dozen concerts and related activities – over half of which are free to the community. Guided by Christian McBride, NJPAC’s Jazz Advisor, the festival has presented artists such as The Manhattan Transfer, David Sanborn, Tony Bennett, Wynton Marsalis, Al Jarreau, Dianne Reeves, Sérgio Mendes, Bill Charlap, Esperanza Spalding, Fantasia, Chris Botti, Pat Metheny, and the Keith Jarrett/Gary Peacock/Jack DeJohnette trio, among many others. TD James Moody Jazz Festival is intrinsic to Newark, a city renowned as the home and creative inspiration for jazz geniuses including Sarah Vaughan and pianist Willie “The Lion” Smith, and institutions such as Savoy Records, the Rutgers-Newark Institute of Jazz Studies and WBGO Jazz 88.3FM. Among the festival’s unique events are concerts and special attractions held off-campus throughout Newark.
About TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®
TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, is one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., providing more than 9 million customers with a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services at more than 1,200 convenient locations throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro D.C., the Carolinas and Florida. In addition, TD Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Wealth®, and vehicle financing and dealer commercial services through TD Auto Finance. TD Bank is headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J. To learn more, visit www.td.com/us. Find TD Bank on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TDBank and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/TDBank_US.
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Location and Directions: NJPAC is located at 1 Center Street, Newark, New Jersey; a short walk from the Newark Penn Station stop by Newark-bound PATH Train or Amtrak.
Detailed instructions on approaching the venue by car, by bus, by foot or by rail:
For additional information and up-to-the-minute updates, call 1-888-GO-NJPAC (888-466-5722).

GodFather of Harlem

Premiering Sunday, September 29th, “Godfather of Harlem” stars Academy Award®-winning actor Forest Whitaker as the infamous crime boss Bumpy Johnson.

Produced by ABC Signature Studios, the series features an all-star cast including Vincent D’Onofrio, Ilfenesh Hadera, Paul Sorvino and Giancarlo Esposito. The first episode was directed by Academy Award winner John Ridley.

“Godfather of Harlem” is inspired by the story of infamous crime boss Bumpy Johnson, who in the early 1960’s, returned home from ten years in prison to find the neighborhood he once ruled in shambles. With the streets controlled by the Italian mob, Bumpy must take on the Genovese crime family to regain control. During the brutal battle, he forms an alliance with radical preacher Malcolm X – catching Malcom’s political rise in the crosshairs of social upheaval and a mob war that threatens to tear the city apart. “Godfather of Harlem” is a collision of the criminal underworld and the civil rights movement during one of the most tumultuous times in American history.

ONE MUSICFEST TO HONOR MUSIC INDUSTRY ICONS JERMAINE DUPRI AND DALLAS AUSTIN DURING 10TH ANNUAL FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 7-8 IN ATLANTA

Jermaine Dupri (credit: Jonavennci Divad) and Dallas Austin (credit: Dallas Austin)

(ATLANTA) – September 4, 2019 – ONE Musicfest, the southeast’s premier urban progressive music and arts festival – will honor iconic super-producers Jermaine Dupri and Dallas Austin for their vast contributions to urban culture during a special on-stage ceremony at the 10th annual festival taking place September 7-8, 2019 at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta.

As architects of the sounds that led artists such as TLC, Mariah Carey and Usher to become household names, Dupri and Austin are not only musical visionaries but were early pioneers in putting Atlanta on the map as a creative epicenter.

Their recognition will mark the inaugural OMF Honors, a new platform to highlight the influence and innovation of culture creators. Dupri and Austin will receive the OMF Honors presentation on Sunday, September 8 in the 7pm hour on the main stage.

“As we celebrate 10 years of bringing the culture together on one stage, it was a no-brainer to honor two monumental figures who have been musical disruptors for decades,” says Jason Carter, founder of ONE Musicfest. “JD and Dallas represent the excellence, originality and authenticity that make urban culture so powerful.”

Hailed as one of the nation’s “Can’t Miss Festivals,” ONE Musicfest returns for its tenth year on Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8 with an unforgettable lineup of performances including Gucci Mane, Rae Sremmurd, Tory Lanez, Rick Ross, DMX, Wu-Tang Clan, Three 6 Mafia, Teyana Taylor, Raphael Saadiq, KP The Great featuring Pharrell Williams and Usher, Florida All-Stars featuring Uncle Luke, T-Pain, Trina, Trick Daddy and more!

Purchase your tickets today at ONEMusicfest.com.

About ONE Musicfest
ONE Musicfest is the Southeast’s largest annual urban progressive music festival, featuring a diverse range of music, including classic and next generation hip-hop, soulful R&B, alternative, and rock. Started in 2010, ONE Musicfest is now recognized as one of the most highly-anticipated celebrations of the arts in the Southeast, with this year’s festival expecting an attendance of 50,000 music lovers from throughout the country.

Social:

Twitter: @onemusicfest #ONEMusicFest #OMF2019
Instagram: @onemusicfest #ONEMusicFest #OMF2019

Websiteonemusicfest.com

Check out last year’s festival!

www.onemusicfest.com

TRIPLETS WIN 2019 BIG3 CHAMPIONSHIP AS ALL THE STARS COME OUT IN L.A.

– MVP Joe Johnson Shines as Triplets Win BIG3 Championship –

– 3 Headed Monsters Beat Power to Finish Third as Corey Maggette Announces BIG3 Retirement at Halftime –

– LeBron James, Rich Paul, Snoop Dogg, LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Montrezl Harrell, Jared Dudley, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Many Other Stars Come Out to Enjoy Season Finale –

– Coach of the Year Lisa Leslie Becomes Second Female Head Coach to Win BIG3 Title –

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Los Angeles, Calif. – September 1st, 2019

  • Triplets become first expansion team to win BIG3 Championship, finishing season at 9-1.
  • Coach of the Year Lisa Leslie and MVP Joe Johnson take home the title, as Johnson scores 28 points.
  • Ice Cube performed at STAPLES Center as Snoop Dogg and LL Cool J participated in his Championship performance.
  • Over 12,000 in attendance for the games.

Getty Images: Week 11 in Los Angeles

Game Recaps:

Triplets 50 (9-1) vs Killer 3’s 39 (6-4)

Video Highlights: https://youtu.be/2FOSnJhL3Fs

In the most anticipated game of the day, Killer 3’s and Triplets faced off for the 2019 BIG3 Championship. Coach of the Year Lisa Leslie, MVP Joe Johnson and the Triplets took on a hungry Killer 3’s team featuring Stephen Jackson, Frank Session, Charles Oakley and company.

Triplets, the number one team in the league, continued their hot streak in this one as Joe Johnson flourished throughout this game. Leading by as many as ten points, Triplets let their lead slip to Killer 3’s late when the score was 41-39. After that point, they’d go on to score nine straight including a game winning three-pointer from none-other than Joe Johnson.

Top Performers:

Triplets
Joe Johnson                           28 PTS, 6 REBS, 2 ASTS

Killer 3’s
Stephen Jackson                    19 PTS, 9 REBS, 1 BLK

3 Headed Monsters 50 (5-5) vs Power 42 (5-5)

Video Highlights: https://youtu.be/cmwUZ0Gsezo

The first game of the day featuring 3 Headed Monsters and Power was a battle of two returning playoff teams.

Despite Jeremy Pargo’s 18 points and Corey Maggette’s retirement, Power found themselves trailing for most of the game. 3 Headed Monsters implemented a balanced offensive attack which started with Mario Chalmers hitting two four-point shots early in the game. Four 3 Headed Monsters ended the game in double figures and the newly acquired Rodney Carney was a big difference maker in the game scoring 11 points.

3 Headed Monsters held the lead and never let up. Late in the game there were a couple of moments where Power could have made a comeback. But, it was too little, too late and 3 Headed Monsters ended up taking the victory finishing 3rd in the league once again.

During halftime, Corey Maggette announced his retirement from the BIG3. A three season veteran, Maggette was recognized by the BIG3 for his work with the league and the community.

Top Performers:

Power

Jeremy Pargo                  18 PTS, 5 REBS, 6 ASTS

3 Headed Monsters

Rodney Carney                11 PTS, 1 REBS

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“ACTION BRONSON AND FRIENDS WATCH ANCIENT ALIENS” SEASON FINALE AIRING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH at 9:00PM ET/ PT

“DANNY’S HOUSE” LAST TWO EPISODES AIRING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th at 10:00 & 10:30 PM ET/PT

“TERROR” AIRING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd at 9 PM ET/PT

“THE DEVIL YOU KNOW” AIRING TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd at 10 PM ET/PT

ACTION BRONSON AND FRIENDS WATCH ANCIENT ALIENS

“The Animal Agenda”

September 4 at 9:00 PM

“Comedian David Alan Grier challenges the idea that extraterrestrials planted animals on earth, while Action develops a psychic connection with a tarantula, a chinchilla and a boa.”

DANNY’S HOUSE

“Fighting”

September 4 at 10:00 PM

“From backyard wrestling to legal settlements, hip hop duo The Insane Clown Posse and UFC fighter Joanne Calderwood explain the consequences of fighting to Danny Brown.”

“Style”

September 4 at 10:30 PM

“Former WWE wrestler Hacksaw Jim Duggan and comedian Zack Fox discuss style, fashion and popular trends, while Danny Brown critiques dogs dressed in human clothes.”

TERROR

“Al Shabaab”

September 3 at 9:00 PM

“Traveling to Somalia, home to one of the world’s most brutal terrorist groups, Suroosh documents the rise of al Shabaab and their relentless reign of terror across the country.”

NETFLIX ORDERS FAMILY COMEDY SERIES THE UPSHAWS FROM WANDA SYKES AND MIKE EPPS

Regina Hicks set as showrunner and executive producer

  • Mike Epps and Wanda Sykes are set to star in the new comedy series, The Upshaws. Mike and Wanda bring their distinct voices to this multi-camera comedy that centers on a working-class Africian American family in Indiana struggling to make it work and make it right without the blueprints to do it.
  • Wanda Sykes (Wanda Sykes: Not Normal) will star, executive produce, and serve as co-showrunner. Sykes is a 2019 Emmy nominee for ‘variety special’ and ‘writing for a variety special’ on Wanda Sykes: Not Normal.
  • Mike Epps (Dolemite is My Name, Only One Mike) will star and executive produce.
  • Regina Hicks (The LWord, Generations Q, Central Park, Insecure) will serve as showrunner and executive producer.
  • Dan Spilo (Sunnyside) will serve as an executive producer.
  • Page Hurwitz (Wanda Sykes; Not Normal, Tiffany Haddish Presents They Ready) will serve as an executive producer. She is a 2019 Emmy nominee for Wanda Sykes: Not Normal.
  • Niles Kirchner (Only One Mike) will serve as an executive producer.