On the way to their dream, a rapper named Sammy finds their day job threatened thanks to someone with a fatty.
|Screenplay By||Harris Doran, Emmanuel ‘DDm’ Williams|
|Where To Watch||Film Festival (Sundance Film Festival)|
|Content Rating||Not Rated|
|Sammy||Emmanuel ‘DDm’ Williams|
Sammy is trying to have his rap career pop off but keep their day job until that happens. Unfortunately, someone with cakes gave him the kind of cake with weed butter in it, and with his boss at the public utility company on the warpath, Sammy knows if he comes in and gets pissed popped, he is getting fired. Luckily, his best friend Yolanda got all the drinks, pills, and more to help him get clean, but with all the BS around him in Baltimore, can he stay clean?
Cast & Character Guide
Please Note: This is not an exhaustive list of every cast member.
Sammy is a rapper who sees themselves on the come up. They just booked a mini-tour in Delaware and just need to get past their tyrannical middle management boss to both do the tour and keep their day job.
Sammy’s best friend, who gets his humor and supports his career, and tries to keep him aware of when their boss is going nuts and is out for blood.
Other Noteworthy Information
- Reason(s) for Film Rating: Cursing, drug use
Comical Throughout The Whole Short
From someone interrupting their set to doing everything possible to get a clean drug test, DDm is hilarious. But, you have to also give credit to Young since that right there? That is the type of actor who seems down for the joke as long as it is funny, and those two together? Oh, they are the comic duo you didn’t know you needed.
On The Fence
Can’t Remember None Of The Raps
With that said, I can’t remember a single rap lyric. I know there were moments dedicated to them, and they are spread throughout the short but, you don’t get that one hook that makes you want to find DDm on YouTube or IG for their rapping. More so, you want more of them being a comedic actor.
Our Rating: Mixed (Divisive)
While hilarious, you can see that the comedy is meant to be the hook while the raps are what you really pay attention to. Sadly, that doesn’t take place, but at the very least, DDm definitely has a career being a comic actor.