Many may not know about the Vicious life of entertainment. It’s with pleasure to clarify that she’s un-cut, true to her grind, know the harsh game and highly recognized in Las Vegas, Chicago and Los Angeles-not to mention the country. Her government name is Vanessa Jackson, aka, “Lady Vicious.” That’s right, Vanessa Jackson, aka, Lady Vicious, Vicious V or just V breathes, eat and sleep the business of entertainment on a 24/7. As a result, a number of major players in show business now call her “The Vicious Takeover.” It’s a fact that only the strong survive!
In saying that, it’s no secret how favoritism plays a significant role in the entertainment business. We all know that women are treated differently; especially in the world of hip-hop-it is what it is! Consequently, this ignited the fire needed for V to roar like a lion- in a lady like manner demanding to be heard, as well as seen. Vicious V loves to laugh and joke, but she don’t play!
Let’s take an inside look. In 2003, V founded her own company called “Vicious Records & Entertainment.” Although, after digging deep, V knew her self-proclaimed destiny. V’s dream began as an actress, making several appearances in independent films, owning her local television show, being the life of the party on reality shows and paved her way for the concerns of national recording artist’s careers; on top of developing the “oh so fresh to def” talent for those new kids on the block.
That’s not all. In ’06, Vicious Records & Entertainment showcased the “Hyphy Movement;” a never before live show in Vegas of that genre called” The Hyphy Movement Show.”
This show featured hip-hop artists, singers, performers and dancers, which was held at the V Theater; nowadays, it’s the famous Planet Hollywood’s V Theater located on the strip in Las Vegas. After that, in ’09, V came up with “I Want To Be A Star.” Vicious V founded, created and produced that show that enabled performers/artists to show off their talent in front of CEO’s record labels fronting that almighty dollar signing power. Now that’s big!
At that time, the chosen competitors had the option to sign with big-time record labels, distributions and cash prizes. V took it upon herself to create and produce a stand-up skit entitled “The Almost Maury Show.” As a result, V played the character Keyshia Cognac Porshe Jackson, worked with top comedians like Rodney Perry, TK Kirkland, Luenell, Sommore, Mark Cooper and the late, great Bernie Mac.
Most recently, Vicious V appeared on the latest episode of “Basketball Wives L.A.,” connected with Jackie Christie, Lisa Raye McCoy and some NBA athletes; such as Gary Payton, Roy Hammond, Doug Christie and Anthony Peeler.
A couple of weeks ago we caught up with Lady Vicious in Vegas at the Mystikal concert at Club Azul. That event brought out V’s business side once again where she played a key role in the promotions, planning and the financial portion of that standing room only concert. Mystikal did his thing that evening. Also, on that particular night, it was obvious Mystikal had been working closely with V prior to the concert.
With that being said, “Mystikal,” “Crunchy Black,” a once upon a time member of the Academy Award winning hip-hop group “Three 6 Mafia,” who’s now on his own, along with the hip-hop idol “E-40” and actor Larry McCoy, aka, St Louis from character in the movie “The Players Club,” all became friends with Lady Vicious.
For the above reasons, get ready world because there’s a Vicious cycle on a serious mission. Let the record show that Lady Vicious is brewing up something hot and tangy for the globe to see. Furthermore, please don’t be fooled by that gorgeous smile and beautiful personality. Keep in mind, meekness is not a weakness.