Think “The Voice”, but hip hop. That was the idea behind “Rhythm + Flow”, the music competition series that premiered on Netflix in 2019. Now it is back with some exciting news.

The show’s season 2 is set to return later this year with a new set of judges, a refreshed set of challenges and a grand prize of $250,000.

Brandon Riegg, Netflix’s vice president of nonfiction series, explained to Netflix’s own news website:

We are taking things up a notch with a new cast of global hitmakers in our judges and a new pool of undiscovered artists. Hip-hop continues to evolve, so it’ll be thrilling to see Ludacris, Latto, and DJ Khaled mentoring contestants during their journeys, along with legendary guest judges like Eminem providing their own brand of insight and advice. We saw this type of life-changing mentorship play out with past contestants whose musical geniuses reached massive audiences across our global platform.

The website informs that Eminem will join the series as a special guest judge from a surprise location during the competition’s high-stakes battles. A production team will reveal more info later.

Meanwhile, the official Rhythm + Flow: Season 2 announcement on YouTube has not mentioned Eminem’s involvement. Watch the video below:

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