In 2003, Randall (under the stage name Jezt Bryan) became the first rap artist to perform for troops serving overseas on the military base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The performance received national attention.
In 2009, Randall (under the name Van Randall) wrote, directed and produced “Family Ties: A Van Randall Drama”. The stage play was publicly and successfully performed at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. It received flattering local reviews. He went on to later co-create an experimental sketch comedy series titled “The Randalls & Co.”
Today Randall is multi-faceted in his artistry. He is a playwright, author, screenwriter, poet and hip-hop musical artist (under the name the Ghetto Nerd). He aspires to be an all-around creator, wordsmith and master of his world.