Cartoons have a long history within Hip-Hop culture. While many artists have lent their voices to different animated productions in the past, a new series called Chozen is primed to be a game changer as it is centered around a gay white rapper.
"Chozen" is a white man who went into prison heterosexual but as of his release is now a proud homosexual. The series follows his readjustment to society after his stay in the penitentiary and aspirations of Rap domination.
Chozen is the creation of Grant Dekernion of Eastbound & Down along with Adam Reed and Matt Thompson from Archer. Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live), Michael Pena (Gangster Squad), Kathryn Hahn (Anchorman), and Method Man will lend their voices to the project. Additionally it will feature song performances from the lead character and his crew.
The series is set to premiere January 13th 2014 on the FX channel. You can peep the gratuitously offensive trailer of Chozen below.
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