50 Cent, Chuck D & More Share What Advice They'd Give Their Younger Selves

(AllHipHop News) SundanceTV is set to run the second season of its docuseries Dream School. The program features celebrity teachers working with young people that have dropped out of high school.

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Some of those famous people that will appear on Dream School were asked to share what advice they would give to their younger selves at this point in their life. Executive producers Chuck D and 50 Cent were among the instructors to offer words of wisdom to their teenage version.

“Focus on writing music,” says 50.

Chuck suggests, “Dig deep within and figure myself out.”

Fellow Dream School EP celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, director Cliff Dorfman, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, journalists Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, fitness instructor Nicole Winhoffer, and more will step into the classrooms this season.

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Dream School NYC debuts tonight at 10 pm ET on SundanceTV.

Watch video of the Dream School teachers advice to themselves (via The Grio) and a trailer for the show below.

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