MC Hammer to star in reality TV show

'Hammertime' set to air later in 2009

MC Hammer to star in reality TV show
MC Hammer is set to become the subject of a reality TV show scheduled to air later in 2009.

'Hammertime', set to air on US network A&E, will follow the rapper as he goes about his daily life in California, where he lives with his wife, five children and two nephews, reports BBC News.

MC Hammer, real name Stanley Burrell, gave a taster of what fans might expect, writing on his hugely popular Twitter feed, Twitter.com/mchammer: "Top 5 things to do today : 1. Gym 2. production meetings . 3.Dancejam 4. rehearsals. 5. Be grateful and appreciative to be among the living."

Burrell is best known for his 1990 hit, 'U Can't Touch This', the music video for which you can watch below.

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