T.I., Cardi B, Chance The Rapper to judge Netflix hip-hop music competition show

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5 things to know about Atlanta rapper T.I. He was born Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. in Bankhead, Atlanta. He is a three-time Grammy Award-winner. T.I., along with Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane, helped popularized the hip-hop subgenre trap music. Seven of his nine studio albums have reached the top five of the U.S. Billboard 200. He has six kids, two of whom he had with wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle.

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T.I., Cardi B and Chance The Rapper may be able to help, because they will serve as judges on a new hip-hop music competition series.

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Earlier this week, Netflix announced it greenlit a show titled "Rhythm + Flow." It's "a classic, flashy competition series, but with a twist, focusing specifically on hip-hop music, which has never been at the forefront of any major unscripted music TV competition," according to Variety.

"We're going to travel the country and all the hoods, all the studios, all the nightclubs, even the barbershops to find the next, unreleased, underground hip-hop superstar," T.I. said in a video posted to Instagram.

The three rappers aren’t the only A-listers a part of the project. John Legend, Jesse Collins and a few others are executive producing it, and additional artists and industry veterans are expected to sign on.

The show is set to launch in fall 2019 with auditions beginning this fall across the United States, including in Atlanta.

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