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When Nickelodeon needed a deejay for their Kids Choice Sports Awards, there’s only one kid they called. When Diane Von Furstenberg needed a deejay for the launch of her GapKids collection, there’s only one kid she called. When Cartoon Network needed a deejay for their Hall Of Game Awards, there’s only one kid they called. When Vogue Bambini needed a deejay for their Kids Fashion Week show, there’s only kid they called…
For the past three years, DJ Fulano has been the life of the party…and he is only eleven-years-old.
When considering the creative cloth from which Fulano Librizzi was cut, his awe-inspiring talent and accomplishments almost seem reasonable. Born on July 13, 2003 in New York City and raised in Harlem, Fulano was surrounded by art before ever taking his first breath. His mother, Latham Thomas, a renowned wellness specialist, filled their house with the sounds of Stevie Wonder and A Tribe Called Quest on the weekdays, while on the weekends, his father, visual artist, Nemo Librizzi, filled the house with the sounds of Nina Simone, Roy Ayers, and other artists he played on his radio show, “Jazz Alternatives.” Meanwhile, Fulano was exposed to fine art by his grandfather, veteran New York art dealer and friend of Andy Warhol, Rick Librizzi.
Ever since her parents left her as a baby, little Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis) has led a hard-knock life with her calculating foster mother, Miss Hannigan. However, all that changes when hard-nosed billionaire and mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx) takes her in on the recommendation of his advisers (Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale). Stacks believes that he’s Annie’s guardian angel, but the plucky youngster’s confidence and sunny outlook may mean that Annie will save Will instead