Celebrity Judges Vanilla Ice, DJ Green Lantern and Jadakiss, Mona Scott-Young among the List of Rumored Judges for Hit Reality Show Competition America's Next Top Rapper

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An exciting new reality show, America’s Next Top Rapper, is setting the stage for the rap industry’s final cultural domination, with a nation-wide competition among aspiring rappers battling it out through the power of lyricism to make it to the big-time in front of a panel of celebrity judges this April.

We're excited to see the new judges says Wright following the fallout from rapper Trina's 50 million dollar lawsuit over a failed appearance on ANTR in 2012.

An exciting new reality show, America’s Next Top Rapper, is setting the stage for the rap industry’s final cultural domination, with a nation-wide competition among aspiring rappers battling it out to make it to the big-time in front of a panel of celebrity judges April 19th. ANTR will give aspiring rappers from all walks of life the opportunity to be seen and possibly judged by the greatest talents of our generation for a chance at fame. Among the list of celebrity judges rumored to be on the short list in talks is Vanilla Ice, DJ Green Lantern, Jadakiss, Yandi Smith and Mona Scott responsible for the famed VH1 Series Love & Hip Hop.

Produced by entertainment heavyweights Amare Wright and David Bucknor, the competition is poised to showcase some of America’s finest undiscovered rapping talents, from the streets of New York City, Atlanta, DC, North Carolina and Philly alongside a few other surprising destinations. Contestants will be guided through this journey by a team of industry heavyweights and celebrity judges, with Vanilla Ice, Jadakiss, and DJ Green Lantern rumored to be favorites according to polls. ANTR will quickly rise to popularity with viewers looking to uncover what it takes to make it in the rap game on a digital entertainment network which users can stream. "Were excited to see the judges," says Wright. The new panel is a welcome change after Trina's failed appearance on ANTR in 2012 which resulted in a 50 million dollar lawsuit for the rap star.(1)

Producers Wright and Buknor, responsible for the meteoric rises of numerous artists, have joined forces to bring the search for ANTR to screens across the world through the OPM digital entertainment network, viewable through a variety of innovative mediums on the cutting-edge of technology, partnering with streaming giants such as Roku, Wii, XBOX and PlayStation. Technology industry analysts are forecasting digital streaming as the next generation of entertainment, as the number of viewers watching shows from their smart phones, tablets, and computer screens continues to increase exponentially at a rate of seven percent per quarter, along with the digital content available for viewing.

For advertising, sponsorships, press passes and auditions, please contact 347.502.3925. Preliminary auditions will be taking place at 190-01 Linden Blvd. St. Albans NY 11412. Doors open at 8pm.
Source (1): http://theurbandaily.com/1992576/trina-sued-50-million-failed-appearance/

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