BRING IT! AND THE RAP GAME RETURN NOVEMBER 24
THE ULTIMATE BATTLES BEGIN
THE RAP GAME AND BRING IT!
ARE BACK AND YOUR FRIDAY NIGHT
JUST GOT A WHOLE LOT BETTER
Premieres November 24th at 9pm ET/PT
ALL-DAY “BEST OF” MARATHON
LEADING INTO THE NEW SEASON BEGINNING AT 7AM
LOS ANGELES, CA (October 19, 2017) – As a brand new dance season begins, Coach D has decided to shake-up EVERYTHING familiar in the Dollhouse. The Dancing Doll parents get a rude awakening when they find out their antics have them in deep trouble, two new dancers arrive to shake things up and one DDP defects to a rival! But, as the DD’s head back into battle and the competition heats up, tears are shed, tempers flare and drama ensues once again.
Bring It! is produced by Pilgrim Media Group. Executive producers for Pilgrim Media Group are Craig Piligian and Megan Estrada. Colleen Conway Grogan executive produces the series for Lifetime.
THE RAP GAME SEASON 4
Premieres November 24th at 10pm ET/PT
DOUG E FRESH, KEKE PALMER, DA BRAT,
BOW WOW and TEYANA TAYLOR Guest Mentor
The Rap Game heads into its most challenging season yet! From executive producers, Golden Globe winner and Grammy nominee Queen Latifah and Grammy winner Jermaine Dupri, the fourth season of The Rap Game kicks off Friday, November 24 at 10pm ET/PT. Produced by Intuitive Entertainment, Season four captures five young rappers from different walks of life as they battle it out for the ultimate prize of a recording contract with Dupri’s label, So So Def recordings. This season, Rappers Da Brat, Bow Wow, DNA, K-Shine, & Blessed, human beat-boxer Doug E Fresh, celebrity drummer Tony Royster Jr., actress KeKe Palmer, singer Teyana Taylor, producers Zaytoven & Bryan Michael Cox, DJ Toomp and director Benny Boom, join Dupri to help guide the artists to victory.
The Rap Game is executive produced by Intuitive Entertainment’s Kevin Dill, Mechelle Collins and show runners Ted Iredell, Perry Dance and co-executive produced by Adam Schor. Lifetime’s Colleen Conway Grogan is also an executive producer, as well as Shakim Compere from Flavor Unit.
The rappers this season are:
Lil Bri (15) – Houston, TX – Brianna Burns (aka “Lil Bri”) writes all her own lyrics, produces, choreographs, and even won the Arts and Humanities Award from Michelle Obama.
RapUnzel (15) – Richmond, VA – As if her given name, Brazil Barber, wasn’t cool enough, this rapper goes by “Rap-Unzel.” She started writing rhymes and rapping around age 9 and is a straight A student who is all about using her gifts to make it big for herself and her family.
Ricci Bitti (13) – Atlanta, GA – Lyric Thomas (aka Ricci Bitti), grew up watching her older sister navigate the rap industry and get signed by Def Jam and knew she wanted that same life. Ricci Bitti is also a very popular dancer and looks forward to being a big star.
Jordan (14) – Tulsa, OK – Jordan is a mixed-race teen from middle America whose goal is to rap about issues that change the minds of listeners for the better.
Street Bud (11) – Atlanta, GA – Jeremiah (aka Street Bud) is the youngest rapper this season and strives to be a positive influence for his young audiences by rapping about getting good grades and staying out of trouble. He wants all his friends and fans to attend college, and to make their dreams come true. (Lifetime)