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Martin’s Tommy finally gets a job and co-produces the dance hit Beat Street 2012
Tommy Mikal Ford, together with Producer/Director Greg Galloway, of 2-G, Inc., a local media and production company, combined creative forces to bring to life the contemporary hip hop dance hit Beat Street 2012.
Greg Galloway came to Atlanta by way of his hometown of New Orleans in 1998. Greg is the CEO, producer, and director of 2-G Multimedia Inc., Independent Distribution Group, LLC, and one of the founding partners of Way-Younge, LLC. The inception of his creative filmmaking career began with the writing and production of a trailer for his first feature film "A Ravens Cry". Greg has accumulated an extensive portfolio of experience spanning all aspects of film production and has been consistently worked in film production for over 13 years. To his credit, Greg has more than 500 productions in his repertoire with an average of 20 projects a year and growing.
Greg has worked with stars such as Queen Latifah, Olivia, Usher, Faith Evans, Alicia Keys, Tommy Mikal Ford, Terri J. Vaughn and many more. He has also worked on such features as Groupies, starring Chrystale Wilson (Player's Club), Big Gipp (Goodie Mob), and Lil John & the Eastside Boys; Prodigal Son, Partners, and "Five Days in the A". Mr. Galloway has even consulted on "Boss Ladies", and The Anatomy of Love, a romantic comedy released in 2011 through Maverick Entertainment Group.
Public Relations Director, Stacey E. Lewis of Epitome Management Company, can be reached for comment and/or questions via telephone at (770) 910-7704 office, (678) 697-3402 cell, or via email at sgladiators5@
2-G Multi-Media, Inc. (2-G, Inc.) is an Atlanta based production company located in Buckhead, Georgia.