Rappers Chuck D and 50 Cent are among the celebrities who will appear on the SundanceTV docuseries, “Dream School.” According to AllHipHop.com, “Dream School” is a television series that features celebrity teachers mentoring students who have dropped out of high school.
In honor of the premiere of “Dream School,” which takes place tonight (October 1), the celebrity teachers on the show were asked what they would change if they could go back in time.
According to 50 Cent, he would have focused more on writing in order to be a better artist today.
“If I can go back in time…focus on writing music. I probably would be that much better at what I do now,” 50 Cent said.
For Public Enemy frontman Chuck D, he says he would “Dig deep within and figure myself out.”
Although 50 Cent has starred in a number of films including All Things Fall Apart and Freelancers, this serves as one of the first docuseries the G-Unit rapper has taken part in.
Most recently, 50 revealed that he was working on the once-shelved, former Eminem project, Southpaw.
“Actually, I’m working on a film project right now with Antoine Fuqua and Jake Gyllenhaal, Southpaw. Yeah, It’s boxing,” 50 Cent said during an interview with ESPN’s “First Take” in June.