Who watched LL Cool J on @Oprah on @OWN this past Saturday. Well catch Usher and others on some upcoming shows Oprah Master Class
Pictured here: LL Cool J for “Oprah’s Master Class”Photos Courtesy of the Oprah Winfrey NetworkLink to the hi-res images:
Los Angeles – The acclaimed, Emmy-nominated series “Oprah’s Master Class” featuring an unprecedented first–person insight into the brilliant minds of entertainers and public figures we love, respect and admire, is in its sixth season, with a new episode on Saturday, September 9 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Networkfeaturing hip-hop pioneer LL Cool J.
Sneak peek of the episode (with embed code), click here: WatchOWN.tv/LLCoolJMaste
Following are advance clips (with embed code):
How LL Cool J's "First Review" Drove Him to Rap Greatness
LL Cool J's first public rap performance was at a party in a church basement. Afterwards, a girl in the audience gave LL some harsh criticism, but he had the last laugh.
The Real Reason LL Cool J Went Solo
When LL Cool J was first offered the opportunity to record an album, he couldn't wait to tell the other members of his rap group, but there was just one problem: They didn't believe him.
LL Cool J Explains Why TV Acting Demands More Discipline Than Recording Music
As both an actor and a rap artist, LL Cool J says there's a distinct difference between making television and recording music.
About the Episode:
Hip-hop legend, Grammy winner, TV and film star, devoted husband and father: LL Cool J has accomplished it all. But to hear him tell it, LL says he couldn't have done any of it without learning to forgive, a lesson he was taught by his mother.
About Master Class Season Six:
One of the longest-running OWN series, “Oprah’s Master Class” has featured in-depth interviews with over 50 masters. From award-winning musicians and box-office busting actors to groundbreaking leaders, this all-new season includes such luminaries as world-famous actor/comedian Kevin Hart(June 10), film and TV mogul Tyler Perry (August 22), Emmy-winning actressLynn Whitfield (August 23), Original King of Comedy and television personalitySteve Harvey (September 2), hip-hop pioneer LL Cool J (September 9), NBA champion and Hall of Famer Shaquille O'Neal(September 16), and multi-platinum singer-songwriterUsher and R&B legend and the “Empress of Soul”Gladys Knight (September 23).
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