Macc Dundee Assembles a team consisting of Model LaShea Jones, Rapper Hellen Cane, Cameraman icizzle, Driver Slim and webmaster Richard to help promote Dundeal Entertainment. J-Shep opens for Chris ...
Dundeal Ent. is presenting a raw look at the independent grind of a budding rap empire. Follow along as the crew balances all the necessary elements that make up a successful record label. Live shows and concert promotion clash with a never-ending schedule and recording sessions. Every artist is an individual and synergy is a must. With a hunger for greatness and a sound vision, Macc Dundee sets out to lead his team From Tha Bottom 2 Tha Top.Written by
Kamyu El Tio
I dislike "reality" shows because we (hopefully) all know by now its not live, nor real, the situations are scripted just like anything else that's syndicated. One has the "tough, obnoxious, but fair" lead, and his assistants. Each episode has the same formula, J-Shep performs on a stage, icizzle films it, Macc Dundee and crew party. Sounds pretty dull right?
That's what set this apart for me, it wasn't dull at all. Predictable and contrived it might be, the bars they go into are real bars, and they are fun. That part is the reality part, and what this show does very well. It gives you a definite awareness of things to look for when hitting bars on your own, understand why things are on a menu, spot staff with(out) discipline and generally makes you from having viewed this, a more educated patron. It also drives home a solid point that many seem to miss, don't think owning a bar/grill is a fun thing to do, its not. Its hard work and your 2nd religion had better be cleaning.
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