Author, promoter, podcaster, actor, former hip hop artist Author Kamal Lukata
Started as hip-hop artist in the early 90s with groups Underground
Bomb Squad and Low-Key Boyz. Founded Legendary Entertainment in the late 90s managing and promoting several Detroit artists.
Landed role as extra in 8 mile on bonus DVD footage. Also played a major role in the movie 17000 Block directed by Al Nuke. Became writer, editor and interviewer for Defculture Website and Flash Magazine during the mid to late 2000's. Interviewed the likes of Slum Village, Big Herk, Awesome Dre, and Lazy Bone from Bone Thugz N Harmony.
Promoted parties with Dj Ray O'Shay, Fast Freddy and Big Rell Entertainment.
Promoted Comedy shows featuring comedians Clayton Thomas, BlackBarry, Mic Larry and Josh Adams.
Hosted and co hosted several podcasts
Authored the Urban Novel entitled Legendary: Detroit Mentality and is currently working on a second book along with producing independent media productions. Now working with Mz. Netria of Carpe Diem Live Radio.