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‘The Story Of Hip-Hop With Chuck D’ Heads To PBS

‘The Story Of Hip-Hop With Chuck D’ Heads To PBS

PBS is telling the story of hip hop with Public Enemy frontman Chuck D.

The public broadcaster has boarded four-part docuseries The Story of Hip-Hop with Chuck D (w/t).

It comes from BBC Studios, the production arm of the British public broadcaster, and is a co-production with the BBC.

The series, which was developed by Chuck D and his manager Lorrie Boula, traces the story of this globally influential art form over the past 40 years up to today.

It will feature first-hand accounts from some of rap’s most integral players, including Run Dmc, LL Cool J, and Queen Latifah.

The Story of Hip-Hop with Chuck D is produced by BBC Studios. Bill Gardner is the executive in charge for PBS with Chuck D and Lorrie Boula as executive producers. Max Gogarty is the commissioning editor for the BBC, with Sam Emmery as executive producer and Helen Bart as series producer for BBC Studios.

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