Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2012
Mahvrick sat across from Damon Elliott was eating breakfast while headed on A Gulfstream G5 Jet to Miami to pay an estimated $250,000 dollars for his mother’s FountaineBleu Ball Room Birthday Bash with friends and family. Damon Elliott gave Mahvrick Networks an exclusive interview on the Miami FountaineBleau Event and Damon’s philosophy of "Eating til the End".
Damon since his first production project in 1996, Bone Thugs-in-Harmony, has become the President and Co-Founder of Confidential Records and has discovered, mentored, and signed artists such as Keyshia Cole. He has also worked with countless, multi-platinum selling artists including Destinys Child, Beyonce, P!nk, Gwen Stefani, Jessica Simpson, Christina Aguilera, Macy Gray, Britney Spears and many more. His discography includes the scoring of three major films and the contribution of music to over thirty films, including the Grammy winning single Lady Marmalade in the 2001 film Moulin Rouge.
"In the first five minutes of trip I wanted to discuss the tax issue, because the media was hounding Dionne for a week about the 2.6 million dollars owed to the State of California. When I read the story it stated that she had a work out plan to pay off the back due taxes, so I didn’t understand what the issue was. It didn’t seem that she was running from the problem, becuase reports stated that she had worked out a plan...Then I heard Damon was unloading his Helicopter to a billionaire friend. We are on a G5 to Miami. A Helicopter? I was thinking Damon stated, “I owned it with a friend…,” says Mahee
During Mahvrick's 2 days a lot of things were happening during the hours spent with Damon. It was as if he was a power broker selling off his own stuff. The Mercedes was picked up by a trailer. I asked him why he spent $100,000 on his new studio’s lighting and décor. “It seemed to be the nature of Damon. Not that he was in any financial trouble. He was buying and selling stuff. He is enjoying life and doing what it takes to keep the party going even if it means selling off a helicopter,” says Richard Victor Mahee.