Dame Dash is ready to tell his side of the Roc-A-Fella story.
Well this sounds pretty interesting. According to Deadline, Dame Dash is currently developing an upcoming TV series that will dive into the rise of Roc-a-fella Records; the famed label he founded with Jay Z & Kareem Burke back in 1996.
Dash and the show’s executive producer, Lemuel Plummer, said the show would offer a “brutally honest account” of the Roc-A-Fella story, starting with Damon’s journey from street hustler to Jay Z’s manager, the label’s launch and release of Reasonable Doubt, and more. The series will also apparently take a look at Dash’s relationships with Aaliyah and designer Rachel Roy, as well as the infighting and rumors that ultimately led to Dash and Jay cutting business ties around 2004-2005.
Note, Dame clarifies that the series wouldn’t be a biopic about Roc-A-Fella however, but rather something similar to that of HBO’s version of “Vinyl” or FX’s “People Vs. OJ Simpson.”