Rap Sh!t: Season 1

Rap Sh!t: Season 1

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Two estranged high school friends (Aida Osman and KaMillion) reunite to form a rap group and take on the male-dominated hip-hop industry, in this comedy series from producer Issa Rae (Insecure).

2022Rating: MA15+USAHoorae, 3 Arts Entertainment, Quality Films
Comedy

Episodes

EPISODE 1.1

Something for The City

Stuck at a dead-end hotel job while her long-distance boyfriend... More attends law school, aspiring rapper Shawna spontaneously invites her estranged friend Mia out for drinks – yielding surprising results.

EPISODE 1.2

Something for The Girls

After their first video gains traction, Shawna and Mia’s second... More attempt at success leads to creative differences.

EPISODE 1.3

Something for The Hood

As the duo get more serious about their music, Shawna... More dives deeper into a scheme to help cover costs. Mia fields a proposal from her promoter friend Chastity.

EPISODE 1.4

Something for The Clubs

Shawna's boyfriend Cliff criticises the pair's latest work. Chastity tries... More to convince a club to play Shawna and Mia's song.

EPISODE 1.5
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Due: 12 Aug 2022

Episode 5

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EPISODE 1.6
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Due: 19 Aug 2022

Episode 6

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EPISODE 1.7
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Due: 26 Aug 2022

Episode 7

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EPISODE 1.8
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Due: 2 Sep 2022

Episode 8

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Rap Sh!t: Season 1 | Reviews

100%18 reviews

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Rap Sh!t taps into the softness of Black women but also explores our confidence and the reality of its ebbs and flows.

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San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

Rougher than Insecure, Rap Sh!t is unmistakably a Rae project, but of a different class formally as well as socially.

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Paste

Paste

Rap Sh!t is unapologetic in what it is and who it’s for, and TV is better for it.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

It’s an appealing core relationship, and Rae, Singleton, and the rest of the creative team have a firm handle on Shawna and Mia’s world...

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Variety

Variety

It’s KaMillion who steals the show as she conveys Mia’s vulnerability without losing sight of the sharp spark that could... make her a star.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It’s a glossy, entertaining show that prioritizes quick wit and fun...

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Time Magazine

Time Magazine

Although TV’s preoccupation with women’s friendships predates Sex and the City, there is something new and... energising about this slant on the subject.

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Rap Sh!t: Season 1 | Trailers

Rap Sh!t: Season 1 | Release Details

Rap Sh!t: Season 1 is available to stream in Australia now on Foxtel and Binge.