CDMX.- Star+ announced that on January 20, 2023 It will come exclusively to the streaming service.The heir: the freestyle dynasty”, a new reality show focused on a competition to find the next great figure of freestyle (improvised rap).
Recorded in Mexico City, created and performed by BTF Media, the new original production is the first format de freestyle competition reality created for a platform and includes the participation of five iconic champions of the genre in the region -freestylers Aczino (Mexico), Jaze (Peru), Skone (Spain), Dtoke (Argentina) and Kaiser (Chile)-, who will assume the mentoring roles and will carry out the search for the “heir”.
“The heir: the freestyle dynasty” is presented by the Mexican host and influencer Facundoand has the participation of the Spanish presenter Queen Mary as the moderator of the battles.
With a format that combines elements of reality and talent show, “The Heir: The Freestyle Dynasty” follows the five mentors in the process of recruiting the next freestyle stars, from recruiting people in small communities and big cities from Latin America and Spain, going through his training and competition in the studio, to the consecration of a great winner and “heir”.
Throughout the episodes, the MCs —participants grouped into “clans” and with the guidance of their mentors— face off in battles of words and are progressively eliminated, until the grand winner is consecrated, who will receive the sum of money as a prize. of USD 50,000.
The show also has the participation of the outstanding DJs Atenea and Sonicko, responsible for accompanying the freestyle battles with beats, while prominent personalities from the world of freestyling participate with special surprise collaborations.
With freestyle, rap and hip hop as a backdrop, “The Heir: The Freestyle Dynasty” places the power of the word at the center of the scene, highlighting its ability to transform the reality of young people who have great passion and an extraordinary talent to make use of it.
In this way, the production revalues one of the fastest growing street art movements in the region, highlighting life stories of great socioeconomic, cultural, sexual-affective, gender and geographical diversity.