Persia was the biggest sensation on VH1's 2006 reality series, "The White Rapper
Show." Her only task was battling for the winner's spot. When she was eliminated
leaving behind two contestants, her fan-base declared the reality show over.
Since 2006 when VH1
introduced the world to the feisty no nonsense female rapper, people around the
world took notice of her lyrical skills and her outgoing personality. Since then
never completely out of the spotlight, Persia's career is still going strong
with mixtape projects, a few video's and a hot single called "So That Bitch" and
the men are still lining up in hopes of being with the sexy star. But the
demands of life as a new mom and a recent split between her and her ex-boyfriend
have taken a toll...on her love life.
So, Twenty lucky men will get
their chance to receive her crown and to share in all her celebrity lifestyle.
Persia will invite twenty handpicked men to move into her Hip Hop palace and
compete for her heart. They must win over her mind and her body by proving their
love for Persia, their passion for Hip Hop and their potential to be the perfect
"Hip Hop Husband."
Currently the show is still in the casting stage and you
can send your video introduction explaining why you are the best man for
Persia. Also, let us know why you should be on the show.
Send all video
submissions to email@example.com by
August 1st, along with your contact information and if you are selected you will
receive a call from one of the show producers inviting you to the casting in
Persia will also travel city to city holding live castings and Meet
& Greets. On July 30th she will be in York, PA at Da Underground, 683 East
Market Street, York, PA Time:6pm-8pm
If you would like Persia to come to
your store or club for a live casting or Meet & Greet contact us ASAP at firstname.lastname@example.org
While in York, PA, Persia will be
shooting part of her new video as well as finishing up the new mixtape with
Slip N Slide DJ 5053.
She plans on thanking all her fans on this mixtape and
giving them the music they grew to love from her in the past.
also in the studio working on her single with Super producer Triple A, producer
credits include Ray J, Jim Jones, Janet Jackson, T-Pain and Jive Records VP Mickey