If you loved every second of Insecure, then we’re sure Rap Sh!t will be your next new favorite HBO Max show to watch this summer. Why, you ask? Well, that’s because the show is produced by none other than Issa Rae, a.k.a. one of the most talented individuals out there.
Anything created by this celebrity is sure to be a hit, so that should be reason enough for you to tune in. But if you need a little more than a famous name to reel you in, we’ve got you covered.
Read on to learn all about Rap Sh!t, including this show’s synopsis, cast, and dope official trailer.
Rap Sh!t synopsis
Rap Sh!t follows the lives of two women named Shawna and Mia who both have big dreams to become an iconic rap duo in Miami. Even though the two are great at what they do and have what it takes to climb up any and every social ladder, they still have ways to go as the music industry is always evolving. New challenges will spontaneously appear, each with the potential to knock them off their game. But, as long as they have one another, they’ll make it through.
See all this and more play out in the official trailer of the upcoming HBO Max series.
Recognize a few faces? If so, your knowledge of Hollywood’s up-and-coming actors and actresses is on point!
Joined with us in this new series is a great deal of both new and familiar individuals you’re going to love to see on your screen. The cast of Rap Shi!t features:
- Aida Osman as Shawna
- KaMillion as Mia
- Brittney Jefferson as Aleesia
- DomiNque Perry as Nelly
- Jonica Booth as Chastity
- Devon Terrell as Cliff
- RJ Cyler as Lamont
Alongside Issa Rae are co-executive producers Montrel McKay and Jonathan Berry. Additionally, BET Awards nominated rap group City Girls, consisting of Yung Miami and JT, are also famous names involved in the new title, which means we are definitely in good hands.
Whether you have a profound love of the music industry or just love any project having to do with Rae, this is a title you absolutely have to stream.
Catch the series premiere of Rap Sh!t on Thursday, July 21, only on HBO and HBO Max.