Thursday, June 2, 2022

Cam'ron Trades the Mic for Hip-Hop Home Makeover Show

Photo Credit: Paramount+ via YouTube screen capture
War, mass shootings, food shortages — 2022 has been sort of a bummer, and that's without even mentioning the "C" word.

We could all use a break right now or at the very least a distraction from the hard cold (or very hot depending on where you're at during this climate crisis) realities of the upcoming summer.

Cue Paramount+'s attempt to save the day with a home makeover show with a hip-hop twist.

Premiering on the first day of summer (June 21), the streaming network's "Hip Hop My House" pairs Harlem rap icon Cam’ron, with interior designer Zeez Louize a production designer who has worked on campaigns for Disney Nature, Star Wars Episode VII, and Google Pixel.

Together, the dynamic duo will attempt to make one lucky superfan’s crib into a larger-than-life tribute to rap icons, past and present during a nine-episode run, and they won't be alone. Featured guests include Nelly, Tyga, Erica Banks, Migos and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie among others.

It remains to be seen if the series, produced by MTV Entertainment Studios and Anaïd Productions, will ever see the heights of fellow rapper Xzibit's iconic 2000s car makeover show "Pimp My Ride," but the premise is promising.

Watch the full trailer for the new show below.

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