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Lil Duval: Living My Best Life Tour

November 22 @ 7:30 pm


Bogart’s

$49.50 – $65
Lil Duval Cincinnati
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Get ready to laugh and two-step at the Lil Duval Cincinnati show. You don’t want to miss this.

Celebrities aren’t exactly pouring out of Jacksonville, Florida but that’s only made Roland Powell’s grind more ferocious. Proclaiming himself “Lil Duval” after the county from which he hails, he has literally put his home turf on his back as he touches every nook and cranny available with his special brand of humor. 

 

Tickets for the Lil Duval Cincinnati show are $49.50 – $65 and can be purchased online.
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Not only does Lil Duval tell jokes, he is a music artist too! Here is his latest single. 

About Lil Duval
Roland Powell was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. He adopted the stage name “Lil Duval” to pay homage to his birthplace, Duval County, Florida. After graduating from First Coast High School, Powell relocated to Atlanta, Georgia.

 

After moving to Atlanta, Powell started working in the comedic circles, performing stand-up at the Atlanta staple, Uptown Comedy Corner, which led him to become a regular performer.

 

After performing at the Oakland Bay Area Competition in 2001, Powell was approached by Cedric the Entertainer’s road manager and was invited to perform on the Budweiser tour featuring Cedric and four additional comedians. Powell was then invited by Cedric to perform on his television special Cedric the Entertainer: Starting Lineup.

 

In 2003, he released the underground comedy DVD Dat Boy Funny, which also featured several upcoming comedians featuring colorful sketch pieces and parodies mocking events in pop culture. The following year, Powell became a regular featured performer on three seasons of BET’s ComicView. Powell released his second DVD Put Your Hands on Me in 2005. That same year he appeared in Three 6 Mafia’s independent film, Choices II: The Setup, as well as being featured on various skits of the film’s soundtrack. Duval starred as “Bam-Bam” in the comedy-drama film, School Dance.

 

Duval uses the catchphrase “Wat Dat Mouf Do”. He released his first solo single and music video on April 1, 2014 entitled “Wat Dat Mouf Do?” featuring Trae tha Truth. In 2018 Duval released “Smile (Living My Best Life)” featuring Snoop Dogg and Ball Greezy, and the single peaked at number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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