Where Are They Now? Contestants from “The White Rapper Show” & “Miss Rap Supreme”

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MC Serch

MC Serch was a rapper that made his way into the rap game with his now defunct rap group “3rd Bass.”  Being active in the rap game since 1985, Serch, also known as “TBone Lemke” led the pursuit in finding the ultimate rappers in each installment, and also served as a mentor for each one.

Where is he now?  He went back to Hot 102.7 for a minute, participated in a college tour where he engaged in “nationwide community dialogues on hip-hop called Rap Sessions,” moved to Orlando, made guest appearances on several rappers’ tracks, and gave a really good break down of what Occupy Wall Street was.  He also had a nonprofit where Palestinian Jewish artists would have their music available for download on his former site, serchlitemusic.com, and whenever a person purchased a song, 100% of the proceeds would go to help shelter orphans who were displaced due to war.



Yo Yo

I mean, who doesn’t love them some Yo-Yo?  Ice Cube’s former protege took the world by storm with her debut album “Make Way for the Motherlode,” grabbed a Grammy nomination, and continued to make music for a minute.  She also dipped her foot in the acting pool with appearances in movies and television shows, particularly as Keylolo, Shenana’s friend on the show “Martin.”  She appeared along side MC Serch as a judge on Miss Rap Supreme.

After the show she released a few singles off of the album “My Journey to Fearless:  The Black Butterfly,” so the rest of us are just waiting for the album to be fully released.

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