Hulu has been releasing many documentaries on Hip-Hop culture.
Hulu has commissioned the docuseries RapCaviar Presents from Sony Pictures Television’s IPC studio and music streaming service Spotify, which will examine significant cultural issues from the viewpoints of prominent contemporary hip-hop artists.
RapCaviar Presents was inspired by the popular Spotify playlist of the same name, which has over 14 million followers. The RapCaviar playlist has been around since 2015, and its inclusion in the mix is often cited as a reason for an uptick in the popularity of the artists whose songs were chosen to include in the mix.
Artists like as Tyler, the Creator, Jack Harlow, Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Saweetie, and Roddy Ricch will be featured on RapCaviar Presents, premiering on Hulu later this year.
Co-executive producers Av Accius (Murder in the Thirst) and Marcus A. Clarke (The Making of a Supervillain) join Karam Gill (Supervillain: The Making of Tekashi 6ix9ine) as EPs (Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali). The show’s creator, Steve Rivo (You’re Watching a Video Music Box), has joined the staff. It has been announced that Gill, Keith McQuirter, Peter J. Scalettar, Farah X, and Mandon Lovett would all direct individual episodes.
IPC co-founders Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman and Spotify execs Carl Chery and Liz Gateley supervise creative for the RapCaviar Presents series.