CrazyDopetastic™ is a multimedia production company. This blog highlights CrazyDopetastic™ interviews, photoshoots & film alike.


The Blackman Tour

Throughout the months of April - June 2013, Tuan X (Entertainer, Founder of CrazyDopetastic™ & CEO/Co-Founder of The Art Initiative)  embarked on his first tour. Follow his journey through over 5 states & 10 cities as he shares his art throughout the Mid-Atlantic.

The Me & Tu Show

The Me & Tu Show documents the lives & adventures of Melissa Butler (Student, CCO/Co-Founder of The Art Initiative) & Tuan X (Entertainer, Founder of CrazyDopetastic™ & CEO/Co-Founder of The Art Initiative). You’ll join this CrazyDopetastic™ couple on their journey of love. 

An Interview With Kelly Yvonne

I spend hours on YouTube searching for inspiration, creative projects and new things to try. It didn’t take too long for me to happen upon videos of Girl’s Next Door  - a pole dance soiree - and one of the most prolific, innovative and creative artist I’ve come across, Kelly Yvonne. 

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An Interview With Natasha Leonora Spence (ItsReaLight)

There are few people I know personally who can control a stage. Who can capture an audience with their tenacity, confidence & poise. Entrance them with likeability & relatability. Sure, their are amazing singers, lyrical rappers & skillful poets - but it isn’t often you’ll get those qualities in one person. 

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An Interview With Ahmad Ali Lewis

I remember it vividly. I was siting with my bother in the trunk of what must’ve been a 1989 Ford F-350 pick-up truck; riding down the streets of San Fernando Valley in California. Two songs played over the radio that remain in my mind to this day — Snoop Doggy Dogg’s “Gin And Juice” and Ahmad’s “Back In The Day”.

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An Interview With Lawrence “Larry” Gilliard, Jr.

Larry Gilliard, Jr. — best known for his role as D’Angelo Barksdale in Seasons 1 & 2 of HBO’s hit show, The Wire — took a couple moments to answer a few questions for CrazyDopetastic™.

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An Interview With Martin Luther McCoy

I first heard of Martin Luther (aka Martin Luther McCoy aka Martian Luther) back in 2007 when I was browsing through television channels & stopped on VH1 Soul. An Erykah Badu video was on & on so I had to listen. When it ended this dude Martin Luther came up & I thought, “who’s this?” He began singing ‘NYCG (New York City Girl)’ & I became an instant fan of his art. I later purchased his albums The Calling & Rebel Soul Music; both of which are CrazyDopetastic™.

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