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Event Host Kevin Rouse Announces 2018 Party Calendar with Comedienne Luenell’s Birthday Bash

Los Angeles – After hosting “The Bootsy Collins Players Ball Hi-On-Heels House Party and Video Shoot,” deemed one of the flyest Hollywood affairs on Grammy Night, Kevin Rouse and his Rouse House Entertainment have announced a  2018-line up of events designed to keep Los Angelenos excited, engaged and entertained.  Next up is the  Comedienne Luenell’s Celebrity Black Carpet Birthday Bash 2018. The celebration will be held Sunday, March 11 at the historic Globe Theater in downtown Los Angeles. The Globe Theater is located at 740 S. Broadway and the event starts at 7:00 p.m.


Premier event host Kevin Rouse and comedienne Luenell

“The Bootsy Collins Players Ball Hi-On-Heels House Party and Video Shoot,” presented in association with Honeycomb Entertainment Productions and held at Ohm Nightclub in Hollywood this past January, launched the year in a big way for Rouse House Entertainment. In a rare West Coast appearance, the heroic bass god himself, William “Bootsy” Collinswas joined by the legendary hip-hop personality Bishop Don Juan, alongside celebrity friends and family as he shot a video for his new single release, “Hi-On-Heels.”  The video release will serve to memorialize the magic of that evening.

Rouse, along with business partner, Pernell Clark, is reputed for producing one of the largest “All Black Attire” events in the country, held for the past several years at the prestigious Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This year, however, the duo will take a break from the Black Party and focus on Rouse’s “LA Night” event.  “LA Night” launches this year with the best of the best in comedy, live entertainment and DJ fueled dancing, offering what Rouse calls, “A Live Fresh New Perspective.”

Kevin Rouse, Rouse House Entertainment; Bootsy Collins and A’Queen Kaitina Lee, Honeycomb Entertainment Productions

Also, this July, Rouse and his lovely wife Schvone Rouse, along with business partner Jaysee Coney, will host their annual community affair, “The Light Bright Damn Near White Gala 2018 Nobody Parties like Pacoima” affair. This significant gathering honors Pacoima’s coaches, sports figures and community leaders and donates a portion of the event proceeds for uniforms and equipment for the community’s little league teams.  

Rouse has been successfully producing quality entertainment for over 20 years at some of Los Angeles’ premier venues, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, OHM Nightclub and the Globe Theater.   Plan to join him by checking out the links below for more event information:


Dave Chappelle: Equanimity Netflix Special Clip

Dave Chappelle’s third comedy special for Netflix is called Equanimity and will debut on New Year’s Eve. In this clip, he talks about the 2016 election and the misguided allegiance that poor white people had for Donald Trump.


Issa Rae’s Covergirl Ad

Issa Rae’s Covergirl campaign for their special edition Melting Pout Metallic lipstick looks like an outtake from her HBO series Insecure. Rae sits at the bar in a dark club saying funny pick-up lines to a mirror just like her character does on the show. At firs,t it is not clear if she really is talking to another person but it is soon revealed that she is alone and preparing for a potential new meet. Season 3 of Insecure does not have exact return date but it will more than likely be back in the of Summer 2018.


Jay-Z & Ryan Gosling SNL Promo

Jay-Z returns to Saturday Night Live as a musical guest this weekend after seven years away from the show. The promotional clip with Ryan Gosling is short and to the point with a little bit of laughter. Fans are curious to find out if Jay-Z will be involved or mentioned in any of the skits.


Media Questions Of The Week

Should NFL owners fire team members like Colin Kaepernick who don’t kneel for the flag as President Trump has suggested?


Did Jay-Z reject an opportunity to perform at the 2018 Superbowl in support of Colin Kaepernick?

Why didn’t The Emmys acknowledge Charlie Murphy and Dick Gregory?