Rap It Up: Rappers We’d Rather See On TV Than in the Booth

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Sometimes, it’s time to let it go. It’s not that we desperately want these guys to go, it’s just that there’s attractive alternatives out there for them to consider. Since a lot of rappers want to cling to the limelight, why not do so by either starting or further continuing a career in television. It’s just an option to consider, but a very dope one for these struggling emcees.

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Check Out Which Rappers We Rather See On TV Than in the Booth.

Bow Wow

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Bow Wow has already segued into acting. He even went on his Instagram recently and said that he had high hopes of one day being a late night host and having his own show. Bow Wow’s personality is definitely suited for TV and not in the booth.

LL Cool J

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Uncle L is a legendary. He already has cemented his name as one of the best to ever do it. That’s why it pains me to even see him do tracks with a Troy Ave. Uncle L, let your legacy live. Continue to host the Grammy’s and even consider remixing Run’s House. That would be awesome.