Rap Shit HBO Release Date: Issa Rae’s New Comedy Series Set To Premiere

Rap Shit HBO Release Date

Issa Rae, a multi-hyphenate who has been nominated for an Emmy and is currently working on a new project called Rap Sh!t, which is the highly anticipated follow-up to her revolutionary HBO debut series called Insecure.

The show focuses on Shawna and Mia as they work toward their goal of being dominant in the traditionally male-dominated hip hop industry. The hit-making rap duo the City Girls, which consists of members JT and Yung Miami, act as co-executive producers for the show.

The brand-new comedy will be available for official streaming on the internet beginning on July 21.

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Rap Shit HBO Release Date

Rap Shit HBO Release Date

Rap Sh!t is an upcoming comedy series that will be executive produced by Issa Rae, who previously worked on Insecure. On Monday, HBO Max released the first trailer for the series.

Rap Sh!t features Shawna (Aida Osman) and Mia (KaMillion), two high school pals from Miami who haven’t spoken in years but get back together to form a rap group. The series premiere took place on Thursday, July 21, with the first two of eight episodes.

Rae is one of the show’s executive producers, along with Syreeta Singleton, and she is responsible for writing the pilot episode as well as co-writing the episode that will end the series. Yung Miami, a member of the hip hop duo City Girls, and JT are both featured on the EP.

The Show Features KaMillion And Aida Osman As Its Stars

KaMillion and Aida Osman star as the former high school buddies who come back in touch with one another and decide to start a rap group after getting notoriety for a fast rhyme they performed on Instagram Live.

KaMillion is a rapper and writer who has been on “Love & Hip Hop Miami.” She portrays the role of Mia on the show.

The comedian and writer Osman, who plays Shawna, was a co-host on the podcast “Keep It,” a story editor for HBO’s “Betty,” and a writer for “Big Mouth,” which is available on Netflix.

The showrunner, Singleton, recently discussed the relationship of the characters with HuffPost. Singleton provided an explanation by saying that “They both kind of need each other without really recognising it.

Shawna needs to calm the f—- out and adopt a fresh viewpoint and a different approach, both of which she is able to loosen up with when she is around Mia. Mia needs to remember to give herself permission to dream. That’s something that she picks up from Shawna, all right.

Rae is conspicuously absent from the video. Rae has stated that she is glad to be in a new position now that she has completed her run on “Insecure.”

“There is obviously still pressure, but the cast killed it, and I genuinely do believe that it’s such a wonderful summertime programme… ” “There is certainly still pressure, but the cast killed it.” She shared her thoughts with TODAY, saying, “I really just hope people appreciate it and f— with it and embrace it, and that they just have a wonderful time watching it.”

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What Is The Rap Shit HBO About

Finding methods to generate money and be successful, and turning yourself into a brand,” is what a lot of young black women are struggling with right now.

“Turning yourself into a brand” is a phrase that I just made up. The series consists of eight episodes and examines the inherently inherent ups and downs of long-term friendships as well as the challenges of being a Black woman who is aspiring for success, especially within the male-dominated hip-hop culture.

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