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(📸: TV Insider)

“And so then it was like, yes, it’s out there, but now it’s on billboards, and little kids are seeing it,” 

Rae continues. “And sorry, parents. But they can read, which is great.”

Elsewhere in the discussion, Rae told the show’s host about Rap Sh! t’s inspiration, 

“I am a huge rap fan, and this idea has kind of been gestating for a while. I’ve always wanted to have something set in the music world, and this is just such an exciting time. Like, there’s so many dope female rappers who are out here killing it.”

She continues, 

“And one of my favorite producers, a male, happened to say that all women rap about now, is like, their vaginas. Like, it’s all the same, all the same. And I was like that’s not fair because men rap about the same thing all the time. And so that — that kind of double standard really interested me.”

Issa tells Deadline, “I’m really excited. You know, I wrote it during the last season of Insecure, and I wanted to create something that made me feel like female rap music feels to me. Something that felt fun, that really chronicled the music industry and this time as a creative right now.”

Cousins! Do you think Rap Sh!t depicts emerging artists’ elevation to a tee?

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