Champ and his wife Keysha’s new cooking show is called “The Itiszzz” with Detroit legend James “The Blackman Harris” aka “Coonjuice Man” and Fairport Tuff as co-hosts. The city may have taken a financial hit when it filed for bankruptcy, but Detroit has been making a comeback in a major way.
People from all over the world are taking advantage of the cheap housing market in the city, where houses that are in need of a little TLC can be found for as low as $2,000 bucks.
Champtown has always put his street block and zip code on the map throughout his rap career and continues to do so, as he open his doors to his home, inviting celebrities, and legends of the hood to eat good drink good and talk sh##t live.
Keysha cooks the food on a Benihana style hibachi grill on “The Itiszzz,” while Champtown interviews a number of guests for the first season, including Kool Keith, KRS-One, Black Ink Chicago, Ice-T, Chuck D, Esham, Noreaga, Ghostface & Raekwon, Benzino, funnyman Russell Peters, Detroit street legends The Curry Boys and many others in this power packed season.
“I been with my wife close to 25 years and it’s important to let folks know that Black love is real. All Black homes are not broken,” Champtown said. Take a look at the first episode of “The Itiszzz” below and contact Champtown at firstname.lastname@example.org for business inquiries.