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My Moma Made Me Wear This
  • Artist: Roy Wood Jr.
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479579721
  • Item #: RBI957972
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 12/10/2003
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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My Moma Made Me Wear This on CD

Released in 2003. This is the first HILARIOUS prank call CD from nationally televised comedian Roy Wood, Jr. PLEASE NOTE THIS CD IS EDITED. THE UNEDITED VERSION IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE Roy was selected by Comedy Central as one of nine national finalist in their Laugh Riots Competition. He has since gone on to appear on 'CBS' Star Search' where he reached the semi-finals, 'BET's Club Comic View', Comedy Central's 'Premium Blend' and 'It's Showtime at the Apollo' Roy's prank calls can now be heard in various markets across the country including Birmingham, AL (Buckwild Morning Show 95.7 JAMZ), 'The Tom Joyner Morning Show', 'The Rickey Smiley Morning Show' in Dallas as well as SIRIUS Satelite Radio and XM radio. In the fall of 2005 XM also broadcast a full hour long show of Roy's comedy live from the Laff House Comedy Club in Philadelphia During this same time Roy has spent five years in morning radio in Birmingham which has given him the chance to release two full length prank call CDs. 2003's 'My Momma Made Me Wear This' Roy's energetic style and dedicated work ethic have also earned him the right to work with a range of acts spanning from D.L. Hughley to Ron White to Tomy Davidson.