Big Daddy Kane to be Documented by TV One

TV One is celebrating Black Music Month with six brand new episodes of its Unsung series. The kick-off episode, premiering on June 27 at 10 p.m. ET, will feature hip-hop legend Big Daddy Kane.

Other episodes of Unsung, which documents the lives of musicians, will include The Fat Boys, Teddy Pendergrass, Teena Marie and George Clinton, among others.

Tune in to TV One to catch Unsung. —Mariel Concepcion

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  • Sha

    You can’t have a conversation about the “Greatest Lyricist” without bringing up BDK. Just like Rakim, this dude’s fingerprints are all over the game. All of you dude dick-riding on Eminem and Jigga and Yeezy, do the math! Top 3 lyrical emcees of all time. Undisputed!

  • Kevin

    This article only has it partly right. TV One has already done episodes on The Fat Boys, Teena Marie and Teddy Pendergrass. The new episodes which start on June 6 will feature Deniece Williams, Big Daddy Kane, The Spinners, The Ohio Players, Alexander O’Neal & Cherrelle and Evelyn “Champagne” King.

  • DNN

    It was Big Daddy Kane, LL Cool J, The Fat Boys, Chuck D and Public Enemy, Flavor Flav, Sister Souljah, Afrika Bambaata and many others who made others successful in today’s music business. Bother rappers and R & B artists have alot to be grateful for in the [music industry] …

  • brand-new

    theres not many mc’s i’d put ahead of kane, maybe kool g rap and big pun, thats about it.