ego trip's The (White) Rapper Show is an American reality television series created by ego trip magazine that first aired on VH1. In the show, ten white rappers compete with each other for the chance at a $100,000 grand prize. The show is based in the South Bronx, with MC Serch serving as the host. At the end of each show, one rapper was eliminated. Each episode followed a different theme in Hip Hop culture and music, evolving the contestants from wanna-be white rappers to full-fledged and multi-faceted hip hop acts.
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Tha White House
8th Jan 2007
Ten eager (white) rappers from across the country arrive in the South Bronx with nothing except their skills, heart, and dreams of winning $100,000. As they meet their new neighbors, will they be accused of infiltrating a 'hood that has been doing just fine without them? Meanwhile, back at Tha White House, the show's funky headquarters, John Brown finds himself in a heated encounter with Sullee, Persia... and Persia's dildo. After the dust settles (and, trust us, it's dusty in that crazy-ass crib), Serch enlightens one rapper by teaching a very heavy lesson.
15th Jan 2007
Nine remaining rappers embark on a hip-hop history tour including sightings of Old School pioneers Kurtis Blow and Grandmaster Caz. But the biggest surprise awaits at tour's end as the emcees face a musical onslaught that leaves their heads spinning. Afterwards, one rapper's low self-esteem imperils the future of the fellow housemates. With things heating up during the competition, strong emotions spill over into everyone's personal lives as well... with one lucky fellow meeting Misfit under the sheets. But will he close the deal?
22nd Jan 2007
Serch informs the eight rappers that they finally get to hit the studio. Legendary producer Prince Paul drops in for a visit, which leads to an unexpected test of knowledge and nerves. If that weren't enough, Dipset's very own Juelz Santana offers up some hearty advice during a tasty night out. By episode's end, four rappers get the chance to break bread while the other four get grilled...and one unlucky emcee gets toasted.
29th Jan 2007
A big dream of our remaining seven emcees gets fulfilled when they get to work with one of today's top hip-hop producers, Just Blaze. But it's gonna take pure fire to win this episode's challenge. Only those who can burn up the club with heat (and make some special ladies shake what they mama gave 'em) will be allowed to stay in Tha White House. But will anyone be offended by the elimination task involving (gasp!) panties? Watch for an appearance by everybody's favorite crazy rap weirdo, the one-and-only Kool Keith.
5th Feb 2007
After the half-dozen rappers left are scrutinized on their personal appearance by none other than fashion mogul Marc Ecko, a trip to a Queen's landmark fills one emcee's head with crazy ideas about what it means to shine. And later a mysterious (and possibly deranged) presence in the house rattles everyone to the core. With more cameras pointed at the cast than usual (and a cameo by music video director Lil' X) who will be blinded by the artificial light of glitz and fame? And who will allow the temptation of booze and some visiting vixens to cause them to lose their cool? Tune in and find out.
12th Feb 2007
NYC's sweltering summer heat is no comparison to the tempers that boil over during a visit to top-rated radio station Hot 97, which leads to locked horns with the outspoken Miss Jones. Old rivalries are rekindled and things once again get physical. And if the visit by hardcore rapper Saigon doesn't help the contestants understand just how tough the rap game really is, then the unexpected arrival of the paramedics does. When the smoke clears, the "SuperThug" N.O.R.E. gives two of the cast a piece of his mind. In the end, it's uncertain who will have the stamina it takes to be a big-time rap star.
19th Feb 2007
The surviving rappers pack their bags and continue on to their next impossible mission: waging jihad in the Mecca of (white) hip-hop. But after a month of getting comfy in the South Bronx will they adapt to their new home away from home, "Tha House of D?" Later, Serch finds himself in coach-mode when he provides some definitive advice before releasing our emcees into a lion's den. It's survival of the fittest and only the strong will survive.
26th Feb 2007
Our final two emcees battle with anxiety and warm up for their final showdown with a half-time spectacle at the famous Rucker Park in Harlem. The Bronx don Fat Joe shows up to encourage our finalists to do their best. But the real test comes when the finalists discover in the end that the music biz is pure hell. Literally. Only one emcee is gonna be white-hot enough to win, while the other one will go down in flames, yo.