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"Doitall" Du Kelly


"Doitall" Du Kelly, (one-third of the Legendary Platinum selling hip-hop trio Lords of the Underground) who gave us classics records like Chief Rocka, & Funky Child which inspired the French Montana hit “Shot Caller.” Du has secured independent film & television roles such as 30 Rock (NBC), Law & Order (NBC), Soprano's (HBO), OZ (HBO) & independent feature films such as Durdy Game (Roc) & Cash Rules, which also stars J.D. Williams (The Wire) & Treach of Naughty By Nature, Somewhere in the City (starring Sandra Bernhardt and Bai Ling), as well as scoring all the music for Boys to Men, a documentary by award winning film maker Fredrick Marx. Du has recently added producer to his credit with the production of an independent movie titled, Zoo, starring Jermaine Hopkins (Juice/Lean on Me) and a television show called Sexy n Stl (based in the St. Louis Area).


Du is currently an Executive Consultant with Michael Bivins’ (New Edition, BBD) company, Sporty Rich Enterprises (SRC/Universal), as well as CEO of 211 Media Group, which is the umbrella company to all his business ventures such as Doitall Films, Lord Gang Worldwide, Lord Gang DJs & Greenlit

Casting. Du is still touring with L.O.T.U.G domestically and internationally. He has continued to stay relevant through a heavy grassroot & internet viral presence, with notable music features on Nas's “Where R They Now” remix and Pete Rock's NY’s Finest album (Best Kept Secret), as well as other projects. With all of his endeavors Du has also found time to be The Music in Me Foundation’s Anti-Bullying Ambassador, launching their national anti-bullying movement, Unleash Your Superpower: Unite Against Bullying. His superpower is "creativity." Instead of attacking violence with violence, he uses creative ways to fight back. 

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