When a young man who grew up in a small village in Africa watching 70's sitcoms, decides to come to Hollywood to make a career for himself, hilarity ensues.
Kwame Nkrumah was the first post colonial President in Africa. He was a proponent of African Unity. His legacy still impacts the content today.
A successful music producer (Lamman Rucker, Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns) thinks he's got all the answers, but heaven help him when he meets a pretty church choir director (Aida Rodriguez). Sparks fly as the pair tries to save two imperiled churches of different ethnicities. Their only hope...helping the choirs join together to win first prize in a National Gospel Competition. In order to reach their goal, the choirs have to overcome racial tensions and learn how to work together if they're going to have a prayer of winning.
When an aspiring director and her best friend, an aspiring actor decide to make their own movie based on their love lives, they have a lot of explaining to do to the men around them.