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Notes from the G.E.D. Section

D.L. Hughley

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Album Review

Unlike his three cohorts on the court of The Original Kings of Comedy, D.L. Hughley has quietly amassed a body of work that rivals — if not bests — the works of Steve Harvey, Cedric the Entertainer, and Bernie Mac. His show The Hughleys lasted longer than Cedric's show and Harvey's show, and his standup dates and specials consistently sell out. His first record takes samples from his most recent tour, and is a textbook example of observational humor. On the surface, Hughley could be considered to be just another comic with a foul mouth. But closer observation reveals a venomous disdain — on par with Chris Rock, Sam Kinison, and other legends of the genre — for the lack of common sense in the world. He covers the topics predictably — the war in Iraq, children, social issues, and entertainment scandals — but his delivery is fresh and energetic. A long overdue debut, but a very welcome and highly entertaining one.

Biography

Genre: Speakers & Storytellers

Years Active: '00s

D.L. Hughley's success story is one that runs parallel to many African-American entertainers of the 20th century. Born in one of the roughest, impoverished, and crime-filled areas of the nation (south central California), Hughley led a life of juvenile delinquency and ultimately ended up a member of one of the most infamous gangs in the area. It was only after the loss of a family member that he began to turn his life around, which ultimately led him to the stage and standup comedy. After a successful...
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