BBC Three’s The Rap Game UK announces it will return later this month
Krept & Konan and DJ Target welcome JME, Aitch, Ashleigh Jadee, D Double E and more as guests
BBC Three’s The Rap Game UK has announced it will return to the screen later this month.
The multiple award-nominated BBC Three series sees Krept & Konan and DJ Target put a host of upcoming rappers through their paces, and this year, there's a new array of guest judges on the panel.
Manchester's Aitch and Ashleigh Jadee will be joining The Rap Game to judge the new talent, as well as D Double E and Boy Better Know's JME, and Ayishat Akanbi, Deno and Fanatix.
Wretch 32, Kenny Allstar, Yungen, Tiffany Calver, and more, will also front the panel, helping decide the winner of this year's competition, who'll sign a deal with Play Dirty Records.
You can watch The Rap Game UK from October 22nd at 7PM on BBC iPlayer.
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The Rap Game UK is back and the guest judges are bigger than ever! Here they are: Aitch [@aitch] Ashleigh Jadee [@ashleighjadeeee] Ayishat Akanbi [@ayishat_akanbi] D Double E [@ohmygoshitsddoublee] Deno [@denodriz] Fanatix [@fanatixonline] JME [Continued in next post] See how the artists perform in front of these judges in Series 2 from 22nd October at 7pm on BBC iPlayer.
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