Jamie Hector (The Wire, Heroes) is Young Eastie, a struggling rapper who dreams of getting a record deal through the legendary A-Maze (Wood Harris, The Wire, Remember the Titans). But connecting with his hero is going to be tougher than he thinks. Even though A-Maze is at the top of the ladder, his star is falling, and he's getting desperate to hang on. Featuring top rap artists Trick Daddy, Lil Scrappy, Ja Rule and Petey Pablo, JUST ANOTHER DAY takes a compelling, true-to-life look at the brutal ups and downs of the cutthroat hip-hop business.
Find out how Atlanta native Jonathan Smith AKA Lil Jon became the King of "Crunk" and came up with the saying "Okaaaay" and"Whaaaaat"! See how a shy high school skateboarder with glasses went to being one of the hottest DJ's in Atlanta to escape his shell and went on to work with some of the hottest acts in music: Usher, Ludacris, Jermaine Dupri, Xscape, Too Short, Public Enemy, Jadakiss, and Trick Daddy. Witness how this Southern rap pioneer had to do a lot of hard work punctuated by some serious crunk partying and where he's going from here.
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie is facing yet another lawsuit. McKinnie was sued Monday in Miami-Dade Circuit Court, according to NBC Miami, for $375,000 in unpaid tabs he piled up at various strip clubs. According to the lawsuit, McKinnie owes the money to Charles Pop Young, the father of rap superstar Trick Daddy.
Trick Daddy explains the different types of grillz at the 2010 VH1 Hip Hop Honors: The Dirty South.
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