Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri are on the hunt for the latest addition to Hip Hop’s growing family. The Hip-Hop bigwigs have teamed up with ‘Lifetime‘ to follow five aspiring Rap acts hoping to join the likes of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj & J. Cole at the genre’s table. ‘The Rap Game‘ is making its way to the world on New Year’s Day for eight episodes which will feature appearances from artists the pair have collaborated with who will serve as mentors to the aspiring stars.

* Supa Peach, 12, Atlanta, GA: With a unique style highlighted by her signature cape, Supa Peach raps, sings, dances and models. Sure of her daughter’s profound talent, Josetta has moved her family from the Virgin Islands to give her daughter everything she needs to launch her rap career.

* Miss Mulatto, 16, Atlanta, GA: Miss Mulatto began her career performing at birthday parties and has since made a name for herself in the Atlanta music scene. Her mom, Misti, is always by her side at competitions, despite finding it difficult to infiltrate the tight-knit social circle.

* Lil’ Poopy, 12, Brockton, MA: The youngest in the group, Lil’ Poopy has made more than 200 videos, writes his own songs and has performed with Puff Daddy, Rick Ross and French Montana. His father and mentor, Luis Rivera Sr. will do anything to see his son rise to the top — including hiring the hottest models and renting out Ferraris for his son’s music videos.

* Lil’ Niqo, 15, San Diego, CA: Lil’ Niqo has been making music history since he was 10. He was the youngest rapper signed to Island Def Jams and was a correspondent for BET and MTV’s red carpets. Lil’ Nigo also appeared on the drama The Finder, working alongside 50 Cent and Jacob Latimore.

* Young Lyric, 15, Houston, TX: Young Lyric’s hip-hop career began when a video of her rapping went viral. She recorded her first song at 7 and was named the “Best 14-Year-Old Rapper” by WorldStarHipHop.com viewers.