Shea Serrano’s The Rap Year Book Could Become A Documentary Series

“If you bought a copy...i want you to tell everyone you’re an executive producer now ok wow congratulations on your new job”

The Rap Year Book, Shea Serrano's analysis of rap's most important songs since the genre's inception, may be adapted into a documentary series. The journalist announced the happy news on Twitter, and mentioned that a production company in New York will try and bring his book to our video streaming services.

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Hip-Hop Evolution, another documentary program tracing the genre's roots and modern day impact, will be screened at Toronto's Hot Docs festival this year. For a sampling of The Rap Year Book, read why A Tribe Called Quest's “Bonita Applebum” is the best rap love song of all time. Below, get to know the author with Five Questions with Shea Serrano.

Shea Serrano’s The Rap Year Book Could Become A Documentary Series