Over the past couple of years there have been a huge emergence of white female rappers in Hip Hop and these ladies have been taking their careers in the game very seriously, so seriously that their hustle have caught the eye of producer and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest who now plans to document the rise of the snow rapstress in a new 6 part reality series on VH1.
The official cast line-up still have yet to be confirmed but my best guess is that it will include Iggy Azalea, Kreashawn, V-Nasty, and Lil Debbie at least since they pretty much have been at the for-front of this new movement and have cult followings of rich suburban tweens across the country who seems to identify with them. Check out more on this news below…
The music-themed cable network has picked up the Seacrest-produced docuseries Girls in the Game, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The six-episode half-hour series follows a group of up-and-coming white female rappers as they aspire to and struggle for fame. Seacrest will executive produce the series alongside Ryan Seacrest Productions’ outgoing CEO Adam Sher. A formal premiere date has not yet been announced.
Game marks the latest unscripted sale for RSP, following Esquire Network’s How I Rock It, E!’s The Wanted Life, Bravo’s Shahs of Sunset and E!’s Kardashian franchise, among others, as well as the Los Angeles-based production company’s first scripted entry, ABC’s midseason comedy Mixology. (HollywoodReporter)