Young rapper Miss Mulatto won the premiere season of The Rap Game on Lifetime. Now music producer Jermaine Dupri is looking for another winner. At his ten-week rapper boot camp in Atlanta, he's mentoring seven new young artists. A number of his friends in the business -- Snoop Dogg, Timbaland and Da Brat -- will pop by and give the kids some advice and encouragement.
Jayla Marie is the youngest rapper on the show. The 11-year-old from Staten Island, New York started rapping less than two years ago but is already known as the Princess of Hip Hop and R&B “because she puts some singing and harmonizing into her rap songs.” The tween already has more than 12,000 subscribers on her YouTube Channel. Her take on Meek Mill's explicit "Pray For Em" is below, where she sings "I pray that this fame don't go to my head." The Rap Game airs Friday at 10pm on Lifetime.
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