MAJAH HYPE COMEDY 2014

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Cah if yuh nuh funny, mi ah go boo yuh. When they called me back to work, I had to turn them down. They were the places known for slave revolts. In one sketch titled West Indian Substitute Teachers, he delivers hilariously outlandish portrayals of how a Bajan, Guyanese, Jamaican, Haitian and Grenadian supply teacher might behave. Some outlets have reported that the comedian hails from Jamaica. So everyone they hear speak with a Caribbean accent gets placed under one umbrella.

They were the places known for slave revolts. The two problem islands during slavery days were Jamaica and Haiti. People began sharing his videos and soon enough, the hype started to build. I pursued comedy because I wanted to be back in the entertainment industry, and I wanted to be compensated for something I love doing. With a TV sketch-comedy series already in the works, Majah Hype hopes to see himself on the silver screen sometime soon, working alongside other like-minded comedians. That can be a good thing and a bad thing. It seems that Majah Hype is doing nothing if not living up to his name, becoming an icon for the Caribbean community in Brooklyn, NYC, and beyond.

Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Unpacking a drone camera and sending it out into the sky, he was immediately surrounded by every kid in the vicinity.

They were the places known for slave revolts. Cah if yuh nuh funny, mi ah go boo yuh. That can be a good thing and a bad thing. We know him for his hilarious depictions of our Caribbean and African and American grandmothers, uncles, fathers, police majh, best friends and more.

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The Hype Is Real: Majah Hype Is The Caribbean’s New Comedy King

His hilarious YouTube comedy skits see him skillfully and successfully impersonating a host of Caribbean accents to play a number of outlandish characters. Msjah as much as he might be insanely accurate in his replication of accents, he admits certain Caribbean people are more difficult to win over than others: Before he was an Internet comedy hyep, Majah Hype had a regular job like any artist just starting out.

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Notify majan of new comments via email. Besides for his video posts on YouTube and Instagram, Majah Hype has also been doing stand-up comedy for close to two years. The two problem islands during 20014 days were Jamaica and Haiti. A lot of my ideas come to me in the shower, for some reason. When they called me back to work, I had to turn them down. For full article, see http: But I would say Jamaicans and Haitians are the most difficult to make laugh.

None of the videos I have on any of my platforms are rehearsed. I pursued comedy because I wanted to be back in the entertainment industry, and I wanted to be compensated for something I love doing.

And as much as he might be insanely accurate in his replication of accents, he admits certain Caribbean people are more difficult to win over than others:.

Of that information, he says: Some outlets have reported that the comedian hails from Jamaica. My original followers would probably recognize hyep. With a TV sketch-comedy series already in the works, Majah Hype hopes to see himself on the silver screen sometime soon, working alongside other like-minded comedians. So everyone they hear speak with a Caribbean accent gets placed under one umbrella.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Speaking over the phone several days earlier, Majah spoke about some of his favorite characters and where he 20114 inspiration and ideas from:. Just prior to our interview in June, he was honored in a ceremony by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams as part of the Caribbean-American Heritage Month celebrations in New York, for dedication to his craft as a comedian and entrepreneurial work.

Not saying that any of the other islands were passive, of course, but Comey would say those two places have been known to be pretty stubborn. But when times got tough, he saw it as hupe opportunity to pursue his passion. Fill in your details domedy or click an icon to log in: Grandpa Hype passed down his musical acumen and taught Majah how to play seven instruments and read music.

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He spoke with us about his work as an employee for the city of New York before getting laid off and devoting himself completely to entertainment. It has to be a beneficial collaboration.

But aside from portraying this rebellious Rasta, Majah Hype unleashed a host of sketches, in which he demonstrated his sublime skill when it comes to impersonating different Caribbean accent. And each accent is seriously spot on.

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I just get up, pray, take a shower and it comes. Visited 16, times, 1 visits today. You are commenting using your WordPress. At this rate he might not be too far away from his goals.

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In one sketch titled West Indian Substitute Teachers, he delivers hilariously outlandish portrayals of how a Bajan, Guyanese, Jamaican, Haitian and Grenadian supply teacher hyep behave. Jamaicans are really stern and stubborn people.

You have to be really funny for them to laugh or even accept you. You are commenting using your Facebook account. It seems that Majah Hype is doing nothing if not living up to his name, cimedy an icon for the Caribbean community in Brooklyn, NYC, and beyond.

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