MC Serch, once known for being a part of the hip hop group 3rd Bass, has recently launched his own TV show, “Serch”. According to the mc, the show is meant to help people in need. During the first episode’s introduction, Serch breaks down why he decided to start the program.
“I was raised by my parents, but later grew up in the streets,” MC Serch says. “Streets taught me about instinct, survival and finding hope when all you saw was hopelessness. My family instilled in me values like have integrity over everything, help others even when you can’t help yourself and always, always keep it real. That helped me survive when I started my Rap career. They called me Serch because I was always looking for the answers. I want to do this show because I want to help people sort out through their conflict and get back on their grind in a greater state of mind.”
MC Serch goes on to explain how his hip hop career has put him in the perfect position to help others.
For now the show can be seen in select markets , including New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Miami.
“I became a Hip Hop star,” he says. “Gold records and world tours. Then hit the radio in Detroit and helped real people solve real problems. My kids and my wife are my world and I believe our world can do better. I know what’s right. I know what’s wrong and I will let you know the difference.”
You can peep the first episode of “Serch” below: