The final two emcees, John Brown and $hamrock battle with anxiety and
warm up for their final showdown with a half-time spectacle at the
famous Rucker Park in Harlem. The Bronx don Fat Joe shows up to
encourage the finalists to do their best.
For the second episode of The White Rapper Show, MC Serch took the
white rappers on a tour of the Bronx. The tour included stops at 1520
Sedgwick and Cedar Playgroud. The white rappers also met Kurtis Blow
(the first rap artist to sign with a major label) and Fabel (legendary
On the premiere episode of The White Rapper Show, several white rappers auditioned in front of "MC Serch" Berrin (of the group 3rd Bass) and producing legend Prince Paul. MC Serch and Prince Paul selected the following ten white rappers as finalists: Jon Boy, Persia, Dasit, John Brown, Sullee, Shamrock, 100 Proof, G-Child, Jus Rhyme, and Misfit. The ten finalists moved into a South Bronx tenement called “Tha White House.”
Since the first rhymes flowed in the parks of the South Bronx, most of rap’s major emcees, have been African American. But from the mean streets of Brooklyn and Detroit, the likes of The Beastie Boys and Eminem emerged and dedicated themselves to boldly going where no white boys had gone before, the top of the Hip Hop world.