News: Rappers Talk "Sex, Cameras & Hip-Hop" In New Online Video Series
Wednesday, Jan 14, 2009 4:25PM
Starting Friday, January 16th, SOHH.com will begin running a weekly web series entitled, Sex, Cameras and Hip-Hop.
SOHH.com has partnered with All Access DVD Magazine to show Sex, Cameras and Hip-Hop, a series of web episodes which features hip-hop artists like Maino, Redman, Tru-Life and Byrdgang discussing their sexual exploits.
All Access executive Kraze told SOHH that he had no problem rounding up celebrities for the series.
"Surprisingly enough every artist from Jeezy, Ludacris, Jim Jones, Shawty Lo and Mike Jones... absolutely loved the Idea. The common statement we got was, 'I am glad you guys are doing something so different this is exactly what people want to hear and know.' Most artists wanted to tell us what they are into, sexually."
And no topic was off limits during the interviews, which were conducted by music video models.
"The true purpose of the series is to explore every artist's sexual nature through conversation," Kraze told SOHH. Most of our topics range from oral, anal, threesomes, groupie, fantasies [and] fetishes. We really go as far as we can push it without anyone feeling uncomfortable. We want to definitely push the envelope and we do just that."
All Access DVD Magazine is also preparing for the '09 release of a new documentary entitled "The World's Most Dangerous Bodyguard.
Former bodyguard Grime Reaper Q, who was one of the most feared celebrity body guards in the industry, plans to tell all. Known for taking a bullet for R.Kelly and confronting feared hip-hop mogul Marion "Suge" Knight, Grime details his heartless career and reveals the life-changing event that altered his decision to transform from a bouncer to a trained killer.(SOHH)Check out this sneak peek of the series.