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Dylan Gilmer Speaks About Starring in Season-Two of ‘Young Dylan' on Nickelodeon
13, 2021) - "I like spitting some of my own," said Dylan Gilmer, who stars in season-two of
the comedy series "Young Dylan" on Nickelodeon, when I asked if he got to rap on season-one.
"On season-one I got to rap but it wasn't my own."
The Tyler Perry produced series, "Young Dylan,"
is slightly based on the life of Dylan who came to fame rapping on Youtube. The high views landed him on "The Ellen DeGeneres
Show," then performing at "NBA All Star Weekend" events, to performing on "America's Got Talent."
He was scouted by Perry for the comedian series. The Annapolis, Maryland native is currently 12 years-old and sounding so
excited about his journey thus far.
The second season of the "Young Dylan" show is focusing on Dylan
relocating to Chicago which brings issues he has to work through.
When I asked if he plans any relocation plans
in his personal life, Dylan said, "Nope, not currently. But I do want to move to Atlanta because all my friends and cast
are there - Tyler Perry Studios is there."
"Young Dylan" airs on Saturdays at 8:30pm ET/PT on Nickelodeon.
It is about a young rapper during his journey to becoming a superstar Hip-Hop artist. The comedy series also stars Carl Anthony
Payne, II ("Martin") as Uncle Myles; Mieko Hillman ("Teen Wolf") as Aunt Yasmine; Aloma Lesley Wright
("Days of Our Lives") as grandma Viola; Celina Smith as cousin Rebecca; Hero Hunter ("The Purge") as cousin
Charlie, and Jet Miller as best friend Bethany. Michelle Sneed ("The Oval") is executive director and producers
include Will Areu ("The Paynes") and Mark E. Swinton.
"I'm excited about season-two," Gilmer
said. "It's going to be better than season-one because there is more going on and more characters." www.Nick.com/shows/Young-Dylan
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