VH1 has once again teamed up with Ego Trip for a brand new series that follows on the heels of the hugely successful Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show series. Ego Trip's Miss Rap Supreme puts a distaff twist on the South Bronx-based series that challenged contestants' musical "cred," knowledge of hip hop culture and their ideas about race.Ten female contestants from across the country will live in a house in Los Angeles where their quick-witted rhymes, stage presence and their mental toughness will be put to the test in this 8 episode series. Rap legend Michael "MC Serch" Berrin (of the group 3rd Bass) returns with a new partner, Grammy Award-nominated rapper Yo-Yo.

Ego Trip's Miss Rap Supreme - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-04-14

Ego Trip's Miss Rap Supreme - Raptile - Netflix

Addis Mussa (born September 14, 1976, in Munich), better known by his stage names Addis and Raptile, is a German-Ethiopian artist, producer and songwriter. He has performed with such American acts as Xzibit, Strong Arm Steady and Trey Songz.

Ego Trip's Miss Rap Supreme - Biography - Netflix

Addis was signed to Sony BMG in Europe and sold over 250,000 units overseas (worldwide sales approx. 500,000 units). His catalogue of songs from Europe is available in the US on iTunes GLOBAL TAKEOVER 1-4. His album, “Classic Material“, went to #8 on the German media control charts. His international career continued with the release of his 3rd single, “MY EVERYTHING”, featuring Jamaican reggae superstar Wayne Wonder, whose it-single, “No Letting Go”, was top 10 worldwide in 2003. He moved to Florida in January 2007 and is currently working on his US debut album (tba). His artist Lionezz participated in ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme, which aired on VH1 in 2008. Addis appeared on the reality TV program MTV Cribs. His song, “Neva Eva”, was featured in the video game NBA Live 07 (EA Sports). In 2010, Addis and his newly formed American-European supergroup, “Follow Your Instinct”, released “Disco”, which made the US Billboard Hot Singles Top 30 for 9 weeks, peaking at

9, and the US Billboard Hot R&B/HipHop Singles Top 10 for 8 weeks,

peaking at #6.

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