Despite looking like a very hip career guidance counselor, 15 years ago I was one of the top emerging rappers in the world with a million dollar recording / publishing deal at Interscope Records. Now you can find out wtf happened, in my book Kanye West Owes Me $300 (and other true stories from a white rapper who ALMOST made it big). It’s now available everywhere as a paperback, with a full new chapter and two lists added! It’s affordable and flimsy, so go ahead and order it from any of these fine retailers…
Join me on Sept 10th, at 7:30 PM, at UCB Franklin for the newest Live Read show! We’ll be reading the script of my favorite movie, The ‘Burbs, with Veep’s Timothy Simons as Tom Hanks. He’ll be surrounded by a surprise cast and it’ll be fun. CLICK HERE for tickets.
Brought back the Live Read show to UCB for some time with an early script of She’s The Man. The cast included Lauren Lapkus as Amanda Bynes, Paul Scheer, Danielle Fishel, Drew Tarver, Rebecca Black, Brian Logan Dales and many more. Keep your eyes open for the next Live Read on August 10th to pop up on the UCB website. They sell out fast!
On a new episode of Motherly Love, I sit down with my mom to talk about her experience with rape and why she waited 40+ years to come forward. It’s a very important episode to me, and a glimpse into the questions people always have for rape victims.
The Late Late Show travelled to London for a week of shows, and James squared off against Jennifer Hudson in a bit of Drop The Mic. I wrote James, Eliza Skinner took on JHud and battler Shuffle T was our overseas coach. Enjoy!
My memoir, published by Crown and chronicling the million dollar Interscope record deal I stumbled on in my early 20’s, is NOW AVAILABLE as a paperback (with a brand new chapter and material), eBook and audio book. You can order it now at the links below.
Written & directed by Jensen Karp, Rudy & Des is a short documentary following two best friends who have a common bond in their love for pro wrestling, despite the fact that Des is completely blind and Rudy must announce every move and participant loudly for them to enjoy live events together. Their connection goes beyond body slams and piledrivers and helps define what friendship truly can be.