3rd Bass’ MC Serch Gets An Afternoon TV Talk Show. Wanna Watch The First Episode? (Video)

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Queen Latifah is in the talk show realm (in addition to makeup spokeswoman, Jazz vocalist, and blockbuster Hollywood actress). Now, another late ’80s Hip-Hop artist is headed into that realm. Brooklyn, New York’s MC Serch was one-third of Def Jam Records stars 3rd Bass in the late ’80s and early ’90s (and they just started rocking stages together again). Since then, Serch had a major hand in the signings and development of Nas, O.C., and Non-Phixion. He also worked with ego trip on “The White Rapper Show,” and his own morning radio program. Speaking of Non-Phixion, Serch told DJ Eclipse (and Torae) in November about his upcoming CBS-backed show “Serch” (see link below).

Check a four-minute preview reel here, as pointed out by the homies at NahRight.com.

Will you tune-in?

UPDATE: Five days later, MC Serch’s first episode of his one-hour talk show is available. Titled, “Need A Parent, Not A Player,” one could understand how the conscious 3rd Bass MC is a possible fit for daytime TV. Check it out, and see if you can count along at home, at how often Serch-Light says “streets.” Word to the third!

Related: 3rd Bass Reunion in Brooklyn (Video)

Michael "Serch" Berrin