By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      Even though Sticky’s FX show Blade: The Series was cancelled here in the states, it premiered in the U.K. in January and is doing pretty well. Now the Onyx emcee is getting ready to drop a handful of projects in 2007. The first film, Karma Confessions and Holi, Sticky plays a character named Rich Smooth. The film was produced by Drena De Niro, Robert De Niro’s daughter and is about Indian families and their relationships with their fellow Americans.

      Sticky is also currently filming Nite Tales: The Movie, a horror flick with Gary Busey and Order of Redemption, the film which also stars Busta Rhymes where he wasn’t allowed to film in New York. Sticky’s baby project, however, is A Day in the Life. The film was written and is being directed by Sticky. He describes it as a hip-hop musical action drama that will star Mekhi Phifer, Omar Epps, Michael Rappaport, Bokeem Woodbine, Treach and a bunch of other folks. There’s no word on when the film will hit theatres (or DVDs). Sticky also has roles in the upcoming flicks, Steppin’: The Movie and Caught on Tape. It looks like music is on the backburner for now, even though he recently released his 2003 album Decade. To check out the latest on Sticky, visit his website at STICKYFINGAZ.

  • http://www.ihiphop.com/lordpdownxl LordSha

    Much respect for Sticky. Sticky did what he could for The Blade tv series. He tried his best but what the the writers wrote for the show simply sucked. It’s sad that a character that change the way super hero movies are made wasn’t handled with respect including the current comic. Spider man, X-men, Batman, etc followed and became success because of the formula from the Blade movies. However Marvel Entertainment allows this character to constantly be mishandled. Dam even in comics no love for a brother.

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    thas my nigga 4 life