Centered on the exploits of master-john (and sometimes pimp) Dwayne Cumminz, director Phashon uses the camera to illustrate a night (or five) in the life of the hood-rat hooker. At almost two hours, the resultant production is reasonably (if fictionally) comprehensive.
In scene one, Dwayne and his director are driving around, looking for hos about the moonlit sidewalks because Phashon ain't fi?in? to "get shot at a party." Luckily, they find the lovely-lipped Brandy, and they take her back to the room where all the action be at.
For the next number, Cumminz calls a call-girl in Black Diamond, only to repeat the procedure in Kaleah's part three. To the director's chagrin, the classifieds are used yet again to lure the DVD's loveliest, brightest-eyed lover, Solana. To end, Cumminz breaks him off a piece of that Kitt Katt bar.
The disc's only shortcoming lies in its failure to mix up the set and its order of action.
Retailing: Solid all-black ghetto sex for the discerning dark-chocolatier.