“Too Good for the hood,” a new Black American comedy receiving rave reviews from critics: Lenny Kravitz, the big hearted, diminutive Staten Islander faces the cruel, unrelenting recession of 2008. This new grad accountant/math major ends up hopelessly unemployed, then learns he has a serious medical condition. Unbelievably, boldly, he overcomes his misfortune and becomes the hero of the hood. It’s a story of heart, and pure determination. “Captivating, “Addicting.” “. . . laughing all the way.”
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Michael and Danny grew up in a lower class neighborhood in Chicago’s Bridgeport community. As kids, it didn’t seem to matter to us. We didn’t realize we had so little, because we were blessed to be raised by a truly dedicated, hard working woman, our mother, who helped us find happiness and fulfillment as children. She not only encouraged us to explore our creativity, but financed our college education by working as a clerk in a drug store. Our mother’s maiden name is Angeline Vitale.