LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 26, 2013) - Entertainment mogul Monica "DollPhace" Floyd has raised the bar yet again as both executive producer and producer of her third film, "Holla II" -- director HM Coakley's horror comedy sequel to the successful 2007 "Holla." Touted as the first black horror flick in theaters in the past 13 years, "Holla II" stars Vanessa Bell Calloway, Trae Ireland, Akeem Smith, Keily Williams, Omar Gooding, Teairra Mari, Liana Mendoza and DollPhace in her debut on-screen role.
DollPhace and Coakley debuted "Holla II" at the 21st Annual Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles earlier this year and hosted two star-studded film premieres in New York City and Atlanta, with celebrity guests Drumma Boy, Tahiry, JasFly and Teairra Mari. As executive producer, DollPhace worked closely with famed music producer to the stars, Drumma Boy, who scored the original soundtrack for the film.
DollPhace has consistently made her mark in the entertainment industry as a trailblazer both behind the scenes and in front of the camera. Prior to launching her own True Vision Media Group (TVMG), the CEO served as executive producer and co-producer of the film "Mama I Want to Sing," starring Lynn Whitfield, Ciara, Patti LaBelle, Ben Veree, Hill Harper and Billy Zane. DollPhace also held the role of executive producer and producer of Eddie Griffin's stand-up comedy DVD "Freedom of Speech" in 2007. While making power moves in the film industry, DollPhace also dishes out her love for music as an established "urban pop" recording artist. She has received rave reviews and charting success with hit single "Ticket" from her new EP titled "Get Used to This," featuring collaborations with the likes of Snoop Dogg, E-40 and Baby Bash.
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