On the season finale, Xscape and Rhapsody join as the remaining three finalists go head to head in the ultimate final performances. After weeks of grueling battles, challenges, and eliminations, only one MC will prove themselves worthy of the So >>
On episode 9, tension between the managers hits an all time high as one manager strategically causes chaos in the house. Meanwhile, the remaining four rappers must prove they have enough star power to perform alongside Season 3 winner, Nova.
On episode 8, JD challenges the five young rappers to perform in front of the press, and a scary medical emergency reminds the rappers and managers what’s really at stake. Meanwhile, one rapper is sent home before the final performance.
On episode 7, Hip-hop legend Killer Mike visits for a powerful lesson, and JD challenges the kids to make a viral video with an important message; the managers swap artists, and one young rapper struggles with the dramatic change.
On episode 6, Hip Hop superstar Lil Jon celebrates So So Def’s 25th anniversary as a shocking writing scandal makes waves throughout the house. Meanwhile, two artists go head to head in a battle that threatens to shatter a friendship.
On episode 5, the MC’s get caught looking plain by the paparazzi, and celebrity stylist April Roomet helps the artists find their look. Meanwhile, the rappers bring their all to the photo shoot, but JD makes the top two battle for >>
On episode 3, an unprecedented battle has one mom taking shots at the rest of the house, while another flies off the handle. Meanwhile, the MC’s rap classic children’s books to preschoolers, then dive into their own pasts to write stories >>
On episode 2, things get tense when two young rappers clash, and rap superstar Will.i.am visits the Rap Game house as the MC’s are tested in their physical and mental strength. Meanwhile, Jermaine Dupri announces a shocking twist to the >>
On the season premiere, Jermaine Dupri’s rap boot camp kicks off with R&B singer Jaquees stepping in to give the fresh batch of MC’s some much-needed advice, and they go head-to-head in a rhyme cypher to battle it out for >>
Dianna Williams has rounded back up the Dancing Dolls, and Jermaine Dupri is ushering in another fresh batch of aspiring rap tikes for the upcoming seasons of ‘Bring it’ and ‘The Rap Game’ that’s set to bounce back on the >>