Only On Camera: 8 Rappers Who Need Their Own Reality Show
Imagine a weekly dosage of Drake on your flat screen
Rappers and reality shows have been a power couple since Flavor Flav went on the hunt for love on VH1's Flavor of Love in 2006, spawning the oft-forgot spin off I Love New York. Within the past decade, Love And Hip Hop has become a small screen phenomenon (just check Twitter when it's on) while hip-hop veterans from T.I. to Snoop Dogg have taken their talents in front of the camera for unscripted entertainment.
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