Toine Is Back Bish: The Breaks Original TV Series By VH1

I have always wanted to do my own recap of some show that I'm in lust with but I'm always late to the party. I just don't like the idea of starting something in the middle of season 3. And I'm not about to go a whole ass 2 seasons back just to recap some isht no one is talking about anywhere. But bish guess what? The Breaks is about to happen heaux!

First of all, sweet Moses and Jebediah, Antoine Harris is so damn fine, Lawd I just cannot ta-day! Forgive me y'all, I easily get sidetracked when talking about chocolate wine - whew Bobby Schmurda Mac n Cheese bruh, I love Toine, but not more than Bae. Bae is King of Bae's, we've been together almost 15 years and we made a baby Future Bae, I'm just an appreciator of God's brown delights, I can't help it.

*She straightens up her blouse and checks her lipstick*

But I'm not wearing lipstick. So, The Breaks television series is coming to VH1 in a couple of weeks and I'd like to think that we (us black folk) had something to do with it. Now if I were a journalist, I'd go ahead and do a little research to see how this series came about. Was it because we wanted more and the movie wasn't enough? Or was this part of the plan the whole time? But I'm not a journalist and I've decided that some things in life don't really matter so I'm gonna just leave that bit of info out of this blog post. This wasn't even planned, I just happened to get on Facebook and Toine's fine ass face appeared and I had to come talk about it.

Straight from VH-1: "The Breaks series picks up where the successful VH1 original movie leaves off. It is 1990 in New York City at the height of rap's "Golden Age" of creativity, but corporate America has been hesitant to embrace the genre. Nikki (Afton Williamson) lands a dream job as the assistant to the legendary and out-of-control Barry Fouray (Wood Harris). Her best friend and producer DeeVee (Mack Wilds) is working with rapper Ahm (Antoine Harris) who is currently under investigation by the police for murder. How far will these driven young people go to rise to the top of the hip-hop world?

Written and directed by Seith Mann, the VH1 original movie, The Breaks, was praised for its authenticity and earned critical acclaim from The New York Times and Indiewire. Following the film's success, VH1 answered fans' demand for more of The Breaks by ordering a series adaptation.
Having worked years as a writer for the first rap magazine, The Source, and later as a record executive during hip-hop's ascent into the mainstream, Dan Charnas wrote the critically-acclaimed The Big Payback: The History Of The Business Of Hip-Hop - an epic, 40-year narrative of the executives, entrepreneurs, hustlers, and handlers who turned rap music into the world's predominant pop culture."

Be here for the recap Feb 21st to read about Toine and everybody else.