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In Drive with Swizz Beatz, hip-hop legend and car collector Swizz Beatz and son Nasir Dean (also known as Note Mercato) visit car-loving destinations, where they'll examine the area's distinctive car culture and bring together two otherwise disparate car clubs over a shared love of all things automotive and an appreciation for what it's like to beat the odds through sheer drive alone.
Swizz and Nasir explore Houston's unique car culture of slabs, art cars and mudding in oversized ATVs with H-Town fathers and sons who share their love of cars. In their quest to do it big in Texas, Nasir lands behind the wheel of a Monster Jam truck.
In Japan, Swizz and Nasir visit the artist who reimagines Porsche 911s by hand, and tandem drifting out in Tokyo's underground car scene with the Kaido racers. They also visit local stops in a lowrider custom built by the Dread Lions Car Club.
In Atlanta, the city where his entertainment career began, Swizz introduces Nasir to the first Black Jeep Club and its first Black Porsche Club. Nasir learns to drive a stick shift from NASCAR pioneer, Jesse Iwuji.
Swizz and Nasir investigate a SoCal original -the hotrod- with two car clubs: one traditional, one unconventional. They stop by a shop that turns supercars into hotrods and visit a family that custom builds and races trophy trucks in the desert.
Swizz and Nasir meet up with a car club made up of stunt drivers and then push the limits of Ford trucks out in the desert. The duo also ride sand dunes with Saudi's first woman to be granted a rally license and visit with camel racing team Saudi Bronx
Michael Strahan gives a tour of his car collection. Swizz and Nasir check out cars popular during Hip-Hop's golden age and the latest new sport luxury vehicles. In the Bronx, Swizz reunites with the crew that launched his music career - the Ruff Ryders.
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