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‘Rap Sh!t’: HBO Drops First Teaser for New Issa Rae Comedy

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A “terrible b*tch renaissance” is going to HBO Max! A year after the decoration reported an eight-episode request for Issa Rae’s new parody series, Rap Sh!t, fans are getting a legitimate glance at what the future holds.

Debuting on July 21, the Max Original series follows two alienated secondary school companions from Miami, Shawna (Aida Osman) and Mia (KaMillion), who rejoin to shape a rap bunch. The idea was created from Rae’s unique Insecure content and plans to feature the difficulties ladies face attempting to break into the male-overwhelmed hip-jump industry.

The secret gives fans a short look at the couple’s underlying get-together, and their process attempting to become wildly successful in 2022, exploiting web-based entertainment, club advancements and more to send off their profession.

Unreliable’s Syreeta Singleton fills in as showrunner and leader maker with Rae and Singleton chief delivering close by Hoorae’s Montrel McKay of A Black Lady Sketch Show, Jonathan Berry of Insecure and 3 Arts’ Dave Becky of Russian Doll.

Hip-jump team Yung Miami and JT of the City Girls likewise act as co-leader makers, and Rae’s go-to sound substance organization, Raedio, will deal with music oversight for the series, so we can expect a soundtrack practically identical to that of Insecure.

Jonica Booth, Devon Terrell and RJ Cyler likewise star in the series.

Rap Sh!t debuts on Thursday, July 21 with its initial two episodes. The eight-episode season will then air one episode every week, closing Sept. 1.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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