*at Lil Jon new home improvement series premiered Monday the HGTVentitled “Lil Jon wants to do what?”
As we previously reported, the show will follow the Atlanta rapper and his co-host Anitra Mecadon because it “offers skeptical homeowners surprisingly unconventional home improvement ideas that seem impossible to execute,” according to a press release.
“His fearless team can take Lil Jon’s creative vision — to maximize features that owners overlook or never considered — and make it a reality,” HGTV adds.
“I really fell in love doing this putting my house together and pushing the boundaries of what I could do,” Lil Jon said. The Hollywood Reporter. “In my house, I wanted to create this 100-year-old tequila bar. So I had to find someone to figure out how to make the walls look like concrete crumbling a bit, like it was super old. And working with Anitra, we just realized that we worked really well together, and Anitra’s husband, Adam, was like, ‘You really should do this together for real because you guys work so well together, and all of you both have very good ideas. And so we ended up shooting a pilot, and a few years later HGTV picked it up.
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“Because he was so creative, he’s naturally good in this world,” Mecadon said. hip hop star THR. “He did his research; he was watching the broadcasts; he was doing what we call inspiration boards and taking notes. His wife [Nicole] had a giant binder, and he was sending me a barrage like, ‘I saw this on Etsy.’ “I saw this on Pinterest.” “I was here in Morocco. “I was here in Dubai.” And I go, ‘Oh, my God.’ He has a vision, which is rather rare.
According to the report, Lil Jon is taking tequila shots with all the landlords. “
Tequila is an offering of peace,” he explains. “We’re going on this journey, and it’s like, ‘Hey, trust us. Let’s do this plan because we’re in this together. It’s kind of something to break the tension of thinking about what’s next. going on and how much you’re spending and like, ‘Oh, my God, that’s Lil Jon in my house — I hope that’s true.’ And we do that every episode – I like to do a shot before work and then right before the reveal like, ‘We’ve reached the finish line.’ Well done on that. And also to thank the owners for making us trust for their spaces. You know, who doesn’t want to have a shot of tequila with me?”
The rapper previously said in a statement, “I love walking into someone’s house and knocking it over. When people hear my name, they automatically think…fun! That same energy applies to my designs as well. I don’t like to follow design trends, I prefer to be the trendsetter.”
“Lil Jon Wants To Do What?” airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on HGTV.