Kyle Teams Up With "Boondocks" Producers For Adult Animated Series "Sugar & Toys"

Kyle debuted his appearing chops when he starred in Netflix’s The After Party and it appears as if he is not executed with the movie and tv world simply but. Having began his profession as a rapper, Kyle is now set to staff up with Carl Jones and Brian Ash (producers The Boondocks and Black Dynamite) for Fuse Media’s Sugar and Toys. 

“Our platforms are quick turning into locations for hard-to-reach, younger viewers that demand content material that takes a stand by tapping into their passions and values by means of the musicians and influencers we function in our sequence,” J-T Ladt, Fuse Media’s chief content material ficer mentioned, AllHipHop. “We are excited to be coming into into the impactful animation area in an enormous manner with the provocative Sugar and Toys whereas renewing our franchise sequence which might be breaking viewers data throughout all our platforms.”

The publication particulars how Kyle will be part of Carl and Brian to “host the present which is able to consist authentic animated packages and live-action segments” on popular culture and politics.

The present is claimed to premiere on Fuse in mid-2019.

“More folks whether or not it’s the Diddy’s or the Jay-Z’s or Dr. Dre’s, the hierarchy the hip-hop neighborhood, I feel that we should always get again into making movies that contain hip-hop tradition,” Kyle beforehand said on breaking into the movie business. “Even if it’s a Do the Right Thing or Juice, it doesn’t should straight be about rap, simply the tradition it and contain rappers.” 

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T-Pain Has A New Side Gig… A TV Show

T Pain got a tv show. The new show heading to Fuse TV will be called Side Gig, according to Deadline, he will be chronicling the paths young entrepreneurs. That’s not all the Fuse Media has put a steak in Hip Hop announcing seven new original shows.

Fuse is even getting into magic with a show called Hip-Hop Houdini with Smoothini, featuring the street magician’s interactions with Iggy Azalea, A$AP Ferg and others. Y’all know how Black people feel about magic.

President and CEO Michael Schwimmer said they are targeting multicultural space. “Our strategy to entertain and engage young, multicultural millennials across all our platforms has come together,” Schwimmer said in the company’s ficial announcement. “We’re bringing together research, practical experience and a talented team to deliver what this audience has told us they want: a place to see themselves, their passions and values on display, including through authentic, multiplatform access to their favorite music artists.”