The DOOMSLOOP Directed by Velo
Color Runtime: 90 minutes
Urban, Comedy, Horror, Found Footage
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Summary: Accused of foul play in the accidental deaths of his former girlfriends, internet sensation, Brick Maison uses his roommate’s camera phone, audition tapes and personal documentary footage to produce a vindicating film. Haunted by all of his past transgressions, Brick meets and falls in love with his true soul mate, and is forced to make some life changing decisions.

Here is a link to The Doomsloop Mixtape Side A
Mixed DJ Q-Nice and Produced by DJ Velo
1.Tandy – What is the Doomsloop?
2. Dreams to Reality – Moc3
3. 4 Moms
4. Ms. Fat Booty
5. Rickonia – All Day Everyday
6. Hold On (Remix)
8. Kristy is in Love
9. It’s Alright – Q-Nice
10. Bad Habits (Remix)
11. Talk That Talk
12. Male PMS – Dina & Pilla
13. Whatever (Remix)
14. DJ Q-Nice Commercial
15. Brick Breaks Up With Kristy
16. Ex-Factor
17. One In A Million – Paulie Rhyme & Deedot & Moto
18. Problem Instrumental
19. Brick and Vanessa Discuss Things
20. Lose One – Moc3

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Below is a link to The DOOMSLOOP Trailer.

The Doomsloop Teaser #1

The Doomsloop Teaser #2

The Doomsloop Teaser #3




Velocity Productions owns the websites (1999)  and (2007). is an urban media website and is an urban content site that specializes in sketch comedy and web series.  In 2001, Velocity Productions completed the narrative feature film HipHop for Life, which premiered at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has been screened at the Sundance Film Festival (2002) and Acapulco Black Film Festival (2001).  They followed the success of Hip-Hop 4 Life with a city vs. city mc battle documentary series.  This fifth and final installment, Hip Hop Life (2007) can be found on Netflix, iTunes and Blockbuster stores world wide.  Velocity Productions has offices in both Cleveland and Los Angeles, where they continue to make films and videos for their websites.