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Soap Opera, ‘One Life to Live,’ Airs Riff Raff Cameo

Riff Raff

(AllHipHop News) From the time when Riff Raff was a contestant on Fonzworth Bentley’s MTV’s show, G’s to Gents, to his online antics with partner in crime Action Bronson, Riff Raff has always been the center of comedic attention.

Taking his act to an unexpected audience, Riff-Raff made his debut cameo on One Life to Live today (May 7), appearing as “Jamie Franko,” a shady Miami art dealer, who visits a popular hot spot, Shelter, looking for Cutter, played by actor Josh Kelly.

It was just a month ago that Riff Raff, who is signed to Diplo’s Mad Decent label, shot scenes for the episode is Stamford, CT as part of the soap opera’s development with Prospect Park’s The Online Network.

The media company recently revealed its plans to re-introduce One Life to Live, through a content deal that will bring premium first-run, broadcast-quality programming to a mass market audience via the Internet.

[ALSO READ:Riff Raff Confirmed To Be Recording With Drake & A$AP Rocky]

As part of the deal, the episode of One Life to Live is available via Hulu as brand new 30-minute episodes that will be launched each weekday and available to stream online free via Hulu.com

Riff Raff first gained notoriety in late 2008, releasing songs, freestyle-videos, and sketch clips, which showcased his slapstick comedy and performance art.

Formerly associated with Soulja Boy’s S.O.D. Money Gang Inc, Riff Raff is a Houston native and has music videos that generated more than 1 million YouTube views in less than two months.

Since 2010, Riff Raff has released numerous music videos including songs like “Ace of Space,” “Jose Canseco” and “Time.”

Now three albums deep, in February this year Riff Raff revealed his upcoming collaborations with rappers Drake and A$AP Rocky.

Currently his album Neon Icon is set to feature Wiz Khalifa, YG, Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion) and Mike Posner and will be released via Diplo’s Mad Decent imprint.

Check out the episode and pictures below – we’ve also included a few pics from Riff Raff’s earlier years for your viewing enjoyment:

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