Left Of Bang Entertainment is an entertainment company focused on creating positive social impact through entertainment. We do that by reaching out to at-risk inner-city youth, providing them with the opportunity to be a part of the ever so coveted Hollywood magic. The BANG in our name represents that action moment in a child’s life where they pick up a gun, join a gang, commit a crime… anything that puts them on the wrong side of the law. A lot of these youth are born into situations where they’re forced to choose between bad and worse. We provide them another option to choose from. The main reason that youth join gangs is because they want a sense of family and belonging. This is a natural need that every human must have to survive, and these kids are no different. They will seek out and find this sense of belonging even if it’s with gangs. However, given the chance to choose between shooting a movie and shooting a gun, these kids will choose movies every time. That’s what we provide for them. We will give them a sense of family and allow them to learn skills that push them forward in life. No longer am I interested in making entertainment that doesn’t somehow positively affect the world in some way. We are set to produce a number of independent projects, film, and television.
From the streets of Los Angeles, comes a single whose hard-hitting message delivers a ‘shock and awe’ tactic to the hip-hop scene. Recording artist, rapper, and culture shaker, Felipe Luciano, brings Maybach Music Group and All Money In together on his latest single, “All I Ever Wanted.” The single features the label’s artists, Gunplay and Killa Twan, respectively. The single is now available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and SoundCloud.
With a razor-sharp beat and a bold cadence, Luciano delivers a compelling and unsparing recount of life growing up as a young boy of color in some of the biggest inner-cities. A wave of rage and resolution simmers just beneath the surface of his blasé bars, as Luciano breathes a crude testimony of the raw reality of at-risk youth – living a life selling drugs on the streets as the only option to achieve his version of the American dream.
Nitpicking is inevitable in any relationship. The longer your relationship lasts (and hopefully it lasts forever), the honeymoon phase will wear off and you will find yourself getting into a routine.
At first, the things that you each do in the beginning may seem cute. For example, my husband left the toilet seat up and one time, I fell in while in the dark. We had a nice laugh about it, but after 2 years of marriage, I’m a little annoyed (like clockwork) with having to put it down in the middle of the night. Although, that’s just one small thing if each of these small things adds up, does it become a big thing?
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