Update: Mnet’s “Show Me The Money 8” Confirms Summer Premiere Date

Updated June 14 KST:

The upcoming season of “Show Me the Money” now has a premiere date!

On June 14, Mnet revealed, “‘Show Me the Money 8’ will air its first episode on July 26 at 11 p.m. KST.” The series will be the follow-up program to “Produce X 101,” which is currently airing in the same time slot.

The “Show Me the Money” series brings together some of the greatest producers in the Korean hip hop scene as they pick rappers to join them in the fierce competition. It was already been announced that they’ll be changing things up, going from a 4-team system to one with two crews.

Will you be tuning in to watch the new season of “Show Me the Money”?

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Mnet’s popular hip hop survival program “Show Me the Money” revealed the final lineup of producers for its upcoming season!

Prior to returning with its eighth season this summer, “Show Me the Money” announced the final lineup of producers and a few changes that have been made to the program.

Different from its preceding seasons, “Show Me the Money 8” will feature two teams instead of four. Each team will consist of four producers, resulting in the same number of producers as previous seasons.

According to the lineup, Swings, Mad Clown, Kid Milli, and BOYCOLD will be forming a team. Both Swings and Mad Clown are no strangers to the show. Swings was a contestant for the second season, and he returned as a producer for seasons three and seven. Mad Clown also participated in the show as a contestant in season two and came back as a producer for season five. Kid Milli was one of the runner-ups for “Show Me the Money 777,” and it will be BOYCOLD’s first time appearing on the show.

Going against the above four are Verbal Jint, Giriboy, BewhY, and Millic. This will be Verbal Jint’s third time appearing as a producer on the show, and Giriboy will be returning as a producer for the second time after “Show Me the Money 777.” BewhY, the winner of season five, will be coming back on the show as a producer. It will be Millic’s first time on the show.

The production team of “Show Me the Money” stated, “Not only will we present the culture of the hip hop genre as a whole, but we will also prove that there is no limit when it comes to the evolution of hip hop survival programs.”

“Show Me the Money 8” is set to premiere in the summer.

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