Holiday RemixAired on Dec 22, 2017
For the first time in Rap Game history, JD and Da Brat celebrate the holidays by creating the ultimate Hit Lists of jaw-dropping moments from all 4 seasons of The Rap Game. Go behind the scenes for never-before-seen moments of the series and sneak peaks of scenes from season 4. Catch Rap Game fan favorites sending holiday wishes, JD and Da Brat exchanging gifts, and a special guest stopping by the studio.
Don't Mess with JnyAired on Nov 24, 2017
Jermaine Dupri’s five new artists are tested on their foundation, and despite getting advice from Bow Wow, Ricci Bitti makes a huge mistake.
Gettin' FreshAired on Dec 01, 2017
For the first time in Rap Game history, Jermaine Dupri challenges the kids to rap with a legendary beatboxer, Doug E. Fresh. Can Lil Bri keep her #1 spot or will another artist rise to the top?
Catch FireAired on Dec 08, 2017
Jermaine Dupri gives his young rappers the chance of a lifetime, to create a song from scratch with producer, Zaytoven, and have their songs broadcast on the radio. Will Ricci and her manager finally shape up or will Jermaine be forced to ship them out?
Girl, Bye!Aired on Dec 15, 2017
The five young rappers perform for a hidden focus group, and then take into consideration their feedback for an even bigger performance. Despite Da Brat’s advice, Jordan and Rap-Unzel struggle to remember their lyrics. Will they be able to maintain their top spots on the Hit List?
4 Lit For LifeAired on Dec 29, 2017
JD gives the young artists a lesson on teamwork and throws them into the center of the ring at the Universoul Circus. Lil Bri steps into the leadership role, while Jordan’s constant battle with memorization takes a toll on the group.
Do Ya DanceAired on Jan 05, 2018
JD switches up the manager/artist teams and then challenges them to come up with their own signature dance, write a rap, and shoot a viral video to post on Musical.ly. Despite their differences, Tiki and Bri are forced to work together. Will they be able to find common ground?
Quit Biting My Style!Aired on Jan 12, 2018
JD challenges the young rappers to find their own personal style and brand, starting from a blank canvas: white t-shirt and jeans. April Roomet helps style the kids, and the winner gets their photo printed in The Rich Boys catalogue. When it’s time for makeovers, Jordan has to make a crucial decision – cut or keep his signature hair.
Swag SymphonyAired on Jan 19, 2018
JD challenges the kids to use their voice as an instrument and perform with celebrity drummer Tony Royster Jr. and 60 classical musicians from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Under pressure, Street Bud and Ricci Bitti struggle to remember their lyrics. Will their managers be able to help them pull off the performance?
I WinAired on Jan 26, 2018
JD challenges the artists to show their star power and brings in actress/singer Keke Palmer and master director Benny Boom (All Eyez on Me) to work with the kids on their new music video. Who’s got the bars and the swag to shine bright?
Don't Hold BackAired on Feb 02, 2018
JD pairs the kids with artists from previous seasons to compete in a rap battle as duos. Lil Bri is quickly stressed trying to overcome last week’s poor Hit List placement, Ricci Bitti struggles to get her partner on the same page, and lingering tension between two rappers comes to a head at the battle.
Sweet 16 ShowdownAired on Feb 09, 2018
JD splits the five young rappers into boys and girls teams, and then challenges them to perform at a Sweet 16 birthday party. Can Ricci and Rapunzel squash their beef and put on a great show? And can turnt-up Street find the balance working with suave Jordan?
The Press Got U StressedAired on Feb 16, 2018
The week before the final performance, JD lines up a press tour for the kids, including an interview with actress/singer Teyana Taylor. Does Ricci know her brand and can Jordan find the balance between his swagged out new persona and humble roots?
There Can Only Be OneAired on Feb 23, 2018
After a rough start to the season, the young rappers have developed into true artists. Now, they must apply everything they’ve learned the past twelve weeks in a final performance to show JD who deserves to be signed to his label, So So Def. There’s only one chain and one contract. Who’s gonna get it?