Los Angeles Tymez: Urban Tales
UNFORESEEN: Written by Tracey "Big Tray Deee" Davis
“Unforeseen” is a cold but ultimately touching tale of three beautiful young ladies who began their development into womanhood with no one but each other to trust and believe in. Doing what they had to do to make it in the unforgiving City of Angels, they soon found themselves ensnared in the devilish web of black widow lady boss, Tasha Steele. Deceptive, yet passionate mind games lay the foundation for hidden agendas to be carried out, until one wrong hook-up threatens to bring everything crashing down around them all. With pussies poppin’ and bodies droppin’, this is one time you’ll hate to reach the climax!
STREETZ GON’ CRY – THE BEGINNINGS: Written by Anthony Barrow
Los Angeles is the land of the scandalous, flossers and thirsty female opportunists, also dubbed “The bank robbery capital of the United States.” Gettin’money the ski-mask way had been Carter “Dollaz” Mosely’s means of eating since he had acquired a taste to ball; yet the web of disloyalty had been spun with in his crew, causing him to conclude that this way of gettin’ it had finally ran its course. This left him with one mission, one goal and one shot at reaching the pinnacle of grinding. And it would be all or nothing! With his street mentor Wolf offering guidance and high-powered support to help him navigate through the perilous wheeling and dealings of the underworld, thus begins a heart-pounding, take-no-prisoners ride to the top.
NEVA SAW ME COMIN’: Written by JDEE Cooper
After walking off of decade in the tumultuous compound of California’s Salinas Valley State Prison in Soledad, Dominic Cooper was focused, fearless and financially fit to take on the pernicious streets of southwest Los Angeles. With goals of launching his own media group and raising his ten year old son, Dominic Jr.,Dominic is faced with the ultimate act of betrayal when his left-hand man crosses the line no man should ever cross.
The fast paced hustle & bustle of the world’s entertainment capital has Dominic wrestling with the when, what’s and where’s of the game. His decision is hear wrenching and his right-hand man has to be the proverbial voice of reason if the squad of parolees intend to see the next level.
Nava Saw Me Comin’ is the under-statement of a lifetime. Loyalty can and will not be traded on the open stock market. Death before dishonor is Dominic’s creed.