While last minute preparations are on the way for Paparazzi:Eye In The Dark premiere this Friday at IIT, the excitment is still building up for this movie. The cast is excited and my cellphone is still ringing for tickets. We have worked hard and are ready to party and meet all of you in person. We have 8 cast members that will be joining us in Chicago for this special Black History Month celebration.. Lottenbshow sponsored this event to support our goal of bringing Unity through the Arts. Please come support Lottenbshow.com and Lot10 Productions in celebrating this movie..
You might want to make sure to remember the name Tim Wilson, because this guy might just be responsible for changing the whole look of NOLLYWOOD Movies!!
He was the Editor and Cinematographer for Paparazzi: Eye In The Dark.. check out his interview with Lotten B.
Paparazzi: Eye In The Dark
This movie is making waves.. and getting some praises from the industry.
Come meet the cast February 25th @ IIT McCloska Auditorium & Ballroom
3201 S State st.
Chicago IL 60616
Starts @ 7:30pm
Hosted by Lotten bshow and Dj Diesel
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I know some of you mad have had doubts that lottenbshow.com would be able to bring one of Africa’s HOTTEST and talented actor to Chicago but here is VAN VICKER in his own words…NOT ONLY is Chicago his first stop but he will be going to Columbus, Cincinnati and then off to California…..
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It is Ok.. Just come See the CAST IN PERSON AT IIT February 25th @ 7:30pm
Come meet the cast of Paparazzi in person!!!
Paparazzi : Eye In The Dark
February 25th @ 7:30pm
IIT McCloska Auditorium & Ballroom
3201 S State St.
Chicago IL 60616
Hosted by Lotten Bshow and Dj Diesel
Rob had an album release party at his house this pass weekend.
Here was Greg Kot’s take on the album.
Wearing a suit and bow tie, his head thrown back in sepia-toned ecstasy, R. Kelly evokes an old-school soul man on the cover of his 10th studio album, “Love Letter” (Jive).
It’s an unlikely look for Kelly, who has spent the last two decades churning out libido-on-overdrive odes to his twin muses: the bump and the grind. That tunnel vision has served him well, a quadruple threat singer-songwriter-producer-performer who has racked up 34 million sales.
Though he has also dabbled in self-empowerment anthems (“I Believe I Can Fly”) and his childhood love of Chicago-style dusties soul (“Step in the Name of Love”), “Love Letter” marks the first time he’s gone nearly an entire album sounding almost chaste. This is Kelly at his most earnest, reimagining the music that dominated his household while growing up on Chicago’s South Side in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
“I wanna bring the love songs back to the radio,” he sings on “Lost in Your Love,” and serves up a series of tributes to heroes past, a personal tour of soul history. He invokes Sade in the sensual sway of “Number One Hit”; channels Michael Jackson’s keening cries on “Not Feelin’ the Love”; the doo-wop of the Dells and Spaniels on “Radio Message,” right down to its a cappella finale; a Motown-style co-ed duet with K. Michelle on “Love Is”; Sam Cooke’s bring-it-on-home-to-me empathy on “How Do I Tell Her”; and the pleading desperation of Percy Sledge on “When A Woman Loves.”
I love the album.. No matter what people thing about him.. his music is always entertaining and that is why he is a star. I appreciated that fact that he always puts out hits..always.. Keep it up Kells!!