The sons of rap mogul Dr. DrE and late producer Jam Master Jay have signed up to star in a new reality Tv show.
Seeds of Hip Hop will feature Dre's eldest child, aspiring rapper Curtis Young, and the Run-D.M.C. icon's boy Jason Mizell as they attempt to make a name for themselves in the music industry.
The offspring of Dre's tragic N.W.A. bandmate Eazy-E, Eric Lynn Wright, Jr., is also set to appear on the programme, alongside MC Ren's son Anthony Dunbar, and E-40's kid Droop-E.
The show is the brainchild of music producer D'Extra Wiley, formerly of R&B group II D Extreme, and cameras are due to begin rolling within a month, according to Tmz.com.
Producers are shopping Seeds of Hip Hop to executives at U.S. networks including Vh1, Fuse and Bet in the hope of landing a deal.
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