From crunk to caulk!
Rapper Lil Jon will star in a residence renovation show on HGTV.
The demonstrate — “Lil Jon Needs To Do What?” — will abide by the Atlanta hip hop artist as he “offers skeptical house owners startlingly unconventional renovation concepts that feel unattainable to execute,” in accordance to a launch.
The clearly show is slated to air this summer season. Jon’s strategies evidently contain gutting a basement to increase a “fully decked-out speakeasy.”
“His undaunted crew can take Lil Jon’s innovative vision — to increase capabilities that property owners ignore or hardly ever viewed as — and make it a reality,” provides HGTV.
Jon will be paired with co-star Anitra Mecadon of the Do-it-yourself Community present, “Mega Dens.” Nearby reviews claimed that the display is taking pictures this month about Atlanta.
The “Act a Fool” rapper explained in a assertion: “I appreciate strolling into someone’s household and turning it upside down. When people hear my title, they instantly think… fun! That very same power goes for my layouts as perfectly. I don’t really like subsequent style and design traits — I would instead be the trendsetter.”
The show is the most up-to-date mixing a rapper and renovations. The Do-it-yourself Community airs “The Vanilla Ice Undertaking,” which shows the one particular-strike marvel building more than-the-prime houses and flipping them.
Lil Jon reportedly life in Alpharetta, Georgia, outside the house Atlanta. The Chicago Tribune claimed of his residence in 2006: “He enjoys the roomy kitchen, with its granite countertops, cherry cabinets, fire, ‘big, large stove and minimal grill on it,’ Sub-Zero refrigerator, Television and eating bar.”
Back again in 2015, TMZ reported that various renovation corporations had been in a dispute with Jon more than operate performed on his household. But the rapper’s rep stated at the time that the make any difference was becoming settled, and was a misunderstanding with the normal contractor who’d employed the sellers.
HGTV and Do it yourself are owned by Discovery, which is in the method of merging with WarnerMedia in a blockbuster deal as AT&T spins off it written content arm.