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'School Rapper' gives a taste of the judges' sternness toward contestants in new preview

By beansss   Friday, February 3, 2017   55,967   3,672   0



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Mnet's upcoming hip-hop survival program 'School Rapper' (also known as 'High School Rapper') gave viewers a taste of the sternness of the judges on the show in a new preview. 

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The judges, or mentors, participating on 'School Rapper' include Swings, Jessi, Deepflow, Yang Dong Geun, Giriboy, Xit Suh (Suh Chul Goo), Mad Clown, and more. While rappers known for their tough-styles like Swings and Jessi held nothing back toward the high school student contestants, cursing away, rapper Deepflow showed much more kindness. Yang Dong Geun, on the other hand, seemed just as rowdy and excited as the high school rappers himself, claiming that he "was here to have fun." 

Watch the preview above, while you wait for 'School Rapper' to premiere on February 10!

  1. Swings
  2. Mad Clown
  3. Yang Dong Geun
  4. (Jessica H.o.) Jessi
  5. Giriboy
  6. high-school-rapper
  7. school-rapper

junxxmin Tuesday, February 7, 2017

I feel like a lot of the so called "judges" need to get off their high horse. There are plenty of things they themselves could improve on and if someone s**t talked them and down graded them like that while they were still rookies I could almost guarantee they would have whined about giving up. This whole "I was here in this field longer and older therefore I must be better" mentality is so childish. Literally if there is something lacking that you want to criticize at least steer them into a way to FIX it. If you don't even know how to fix it then what's the point of bringing it up? That's just another way to say "f*** you I didn't like it." Flow and "style" is half subjective first off, and really all they should be there for is rhythm and meaningful presentation  maybe lyrics...which they should give constructed criticism on. What they're doing is spewing hate. Being a bully doesn't make you an expert, there's an actual difference.

elly2k Monday, February 6, 2017

This being prickly-coz-I'm-just-the-shit-therefore-better-than-you act is getting pretty tiring. I'm a huge fan of Swings but I find sometimes his acerbic comments are simply baseless/needless/pointless. It's like he's putting up a show by being tough and mean. If you are tough and mean with plenty of SUBSTANCE, then it's worth it for people to listen to you. But if you're just spouting curses and foul languages and being generally mean just coz you think it's cool...well, the jokes' are on ya

JessicaRabbit123 Sunday, February 5, 2017

I actually have an issue with Jessi and Swings (who SWEAR that they're the best damn thing to happen to K-hip hop) cursing at freaking teenagers. I already knew Jessi was going to bring her nasty ass attitude along with her, but she (and most of the other judges) should know what its like to be on an MNET competition show and how stressful it is, and instead of offering HELPFUL, wholesome advice shouldn't be talking down a bunch of kids who are just trying their best. I was really hoping for AOMG to play judges because Loco, Gray, and Simon D would have actually mentored instead of busting down these kids. I'll watch the first episode before really giving anyone a piece of my mind (Since we all know MNET likes to edit for drama) but these judges need to make sure they remember what it was like on the other side.

ourcheers2u Sunday, February 5, 2017

Can't wait for eng subs on this

leann1983 Saturday, February 4, 2017

I don't like the way most of the judges talk to the high school contestants. Some of them was a mentor on show me the money and I didn't like them then. There are hardcore professional rappers here in America that mentor people but don't talk that harsh, and they can be pretty harsh but there is just a HUGE difference in the way that they give their criticism. I think this show is just not going to be good to me. I think I'm also old school maybe in my thinking.

saro leann1983 Saturday, February 4, 2017

yeah i feel you

saro Saturday, February 4, 2017

i dont know  if iam too old school but i dont like this tv show about rap for me its just a bunch of kids/people who are codsplaying and act like rapper. idk

JooheonMIB saro Saturday, February 4, 2017

A lot of these kids are sons of rappers and underground rappers and idol group rappers so I don't know what you're talking about cosplaying

saro JooheonMIB Saturday, February 4, 2017

cosplaying you don t know what it is ? my bad since you dont know what am talking about !!!!!!!!!

JooheonMIB saro Sunday, February 5, 2017

I know what it is

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