‘Origins Of Hip Hop’ To Highlight with Fat Joe & More
A&E Network will premiere their new documentary series Origins of Hip Hop on Monday, May 30. It will be published on Tuesday, June 6th. Origins of Hip Hop will explore with the contributions of names such as Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes, Eve, Grandmaster Flash, Ice-T. Each rapper will tell about their personal journeys.
It will reflect their artistic evolution. Fat Joe will be in the first episode and will make his contribution. Hip Hop icon Nasir “Nas” Jones will take on the role of narrator.
Bryant adds, “Alongside our partners at Mass Appeal, we are excited to elevate the voices and stories of this incredible group of artists who helped create and continue to shape the genre today.”
This May, A&E will release a podcast alongside the Origins of Hip Hop series.
According to allhiphop, A&E Network will also be the future TV house for the documentary Biography: Bobby Brown and the documentary series Bobby Brown: Every Little Step, which will premiere in May. Next month, Biography: Ol’ Dirty Bastard, about the latest member of the Wu-Tang Clan, will also be released.
Audience Appeal’s portfolio of content also includes Hip Hop 50 programming running on Showtime.
Fat Joe Makes Fun of Billie Eilish
Fat Joe took to Instagram to greet 20 pop stars over the weekend.
A travelogue about Billie Eilish, an outfit choice reminiscent of the baggy yarn the rappers wore in the 2000s, couldn’t stop for the year 2000. Recently, Kanye West reviews Billie Eilish as the alluding appearance to Travis Scott has been a new fan.
Billie Eilish is pictured standing next to SZA and Tierra Whack. She was seen wearing an oversized blue shirt and white Air Jordan II sport-matched shorts. Fat Joe also wrote. “Billie winked at her fat joe”
A MEME came after good with this outfit from Billie Eilish.