From crunk to caulk!
Rapper Lil Jon will star in a household renovation clearly show on HGTV.
The clearly show — “Lil Jon Desires To Do What?” — will follow the Atlanta hip hop artist as he “offers skeptical home owners startlingly unconventional renovation concepts that seem unattainable to execute,” in accordance to a launch.
The exhibit is slated to air this summer time. Jon’s ideas evidently include things like gutting a basement to incorporate a “fully decked-out speakeasy.”
“His undaunted group can take Lil Jon’s artistic vision — to increase options that homeowners overlook or by no means regarded — and make it a reality,” adds HGTV.
Jon will be paired with co-star Anitra Mecadon of the Do-it-yourself Network clearly show, “Mega Dens.” Nearby reports mentioned that the demonstrate is taking pictures this thirty day period all over Atlanta.
The “Act a Fool” rapper explained in a assertion: “I adore going for walks into someone’s residence and turning it upside down. When people hear my identify, they instantly think… fun! That same electrical power goes for my styles as very well. I really don’t adore adhering to design and style trends — I would somewhat be the trendsetter.”
The clearly show is the most recent mixing a rapper and renovations. The Diy Community airs “The Vanilla Ice Task,” which shows the just one-strike ponder developing about-the-top houses and flipping them.
Lil Jon reportedly life in Alpharetta, Ga, outside Atlanta. The Chicago Tribune noted of his residence in 2006: “He loves the roomy kitchen, with its granite counter tops, cherry cabinets, hearth, ‘big, big stove and minimal grill on it,’ Sub-Zero refrigerator, Tv and dining bar.”
Again in 2015, TMZ noted that many renovation businesses were in a dispute with Jon above do the job accomplished on his residence. But the rapper’s rep stated at the time that the matter was staying solved, and was a misunderstanding with the general contractor who’d employed the vendors.
HGTV and Diy are owned by Discovery, which is in the method of merging with WarnerMedia in a blockbuster offer as AT&T spins off it content arm.