New Hip-Hop College Comedy Aimed Toward Middle And High School Students


(AllHipHop News) “Fail,” an online urban comedy show for youth, will premiere its second season exclusively on in a partnership with Hip-Hop legend Christopher “Play” Martin of Kid-N-Play, and acclaimed producers, Vanessa Baden and James Bland.

The college-themed “Fail” will begin this Thursday, May 31 on, and continue on every Thursday thereafter.

“We at AllHipHop are pleased to present the “Fail” show to our audience. Hip-Hop, as a culture, is ever expanding and limitless. This is another facet to that culture on another platform,” said Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur, co-founder of

The show is geared towards an under-served demographic in Hip-Hop – students in middle, high school, and early college.

“Fail” is a comedy about a group of co-eds who are on the verge of academic probation as a result of the random misadventures they embark on after class.

A press statement about the web series says, “The series focuses on six students who in an attempt to improve their grades form a study group and end up spending more time in each other’s social circles than in their books, proving that college is about finding yourself and your friends for life.”

“Fail,” contrary to the title, is meant to inspire youth to stay in school, a notion that attracted Christopher “Play” Martin.

“I’m very excited to be a part of something so new, and I truly thank for the opportunity to do something so groundbreaking in the digital age of Hip-Hop entertainment,” said Martin. “But I’m more humbled to be in a position in life to support and present the talents involved with this series the way others before me believed in Kid, Play, Martin, Tisha, AJ, and Full Force.”

Martin is also known for starring in the hit movie franchise, “House Party,” to which Meek Mill offered a nod to in his song of the same name.

AllHipHop will also release the “The FAIL mixtape” Vol. 1, which includes exclusive material from Diggy Simmons, Jacob Latimore, T-Pain, and others.

Check out a preview of “Fail” below:

Click here for the first season of “Fail.”