"Love & Hip Hop NY" (VH1 TV show) is a reality docu-soap series.

When people think of the hip hop life, they think of the players — the men who shape the music and the blinged-out lifestyle that comes with success. The fact is the hip hop life is different for the women involved: the spouses, girlfriends or artists trying to define themselves in a world where men are still calling the shots. VH1's "Love & Hip Hop" follows four dynamic women who are connected to the world of hip hop, whether it's through the men they love, or their struggle to be heard as an artist.

"Love & Hip Hop" provides a dramatic, funny and sometimes heartbreaking look into the female side of the New York hip hop life as these four women try to claim their own place in it. Chrissy Lampkin, girlfriend to hip hop star Jim Jones, and Emily Bustamante, girlfriend to rapper Fabolous, are waiting for their men to put a ring on it; however, both men suffer from a severe case of commitment phobia. Olivia Longott, the former first lady of G Unit, is done living in the shadows and is determined to make it on her own as a solo artist. Like Olivia, Somaya "Boss" Reece, a tall, sexy Latina, also has a fierce determination to launch her rap career and become a household name in the music industry.



Will these four women have the endurance and fortitude to survive the chaos of the hip hop game and realize their dreams? Watch it unfold on "Love & Hip Hop."

Season 3

The series returns with a few familiar faces and a mostly brand-new cast who prove the third time is the charm as they deliver all the drama, heartache, success and failures of hip hop's movers and shakers in the concrete jungle that is New York City.

Last season, entertainment powerhouse Yandy Smith ended her eight-year management role with rapper Jim Jones. Since then, Yandy and boyfriend Mendeecees Harris have welcomed a baby boy and are navigating the waters of commitment and family. Firecracker Erica Mena exploded onto the scene last season and is now continuing to work on her career with manager and new boyfriend, Rich Dollaz. The two have recently begun mixing business with pleasure, but could this be a recipe for disaster? Olivia Longott, the former first lady of G-Unit, is back this season working on her new album and trying to come to peace with her manager Rich dating Erica.

With no shortage of talent, New York City is still a major hub for hip hop music. The new cast includes Joe Budden, Tahiry Jose, Raqi Thunda, Consequence, Jen "The Pen" Bayer, Winter Ramos and Rashidah Ali.

Back in the rap game and the bright lights of the city, one constant remains: New York truly is the birthplace of hip hop and the home of some of its biggest successes, but even more of its shattered dreams ... and all of its secrets. To make it in this business, a tough attitude and thick skin is a must, and the ladies and gentlemen of season 3 will stop at nothing to reach the top.

Season 4

Back in the city that never sleeps, new dreamers and fresh talent join the ranks of fan favorites on the series. In New York City, these movers and shakers will stop at nothing to get to — and stay — at the top.

Much of the heat this season is generated by a crazy love triangle involving rapper-turned-manager Peter Gunz. He's been living with Tara Wallace, his gorgeous girlfriend of 13 years and mother of his two boys, but has recently started a new relationship with his client, beautiful songstress Amina Buddafly. Now Gunz has to figure out a way to keep these two angry women apart — and it won't be easy.

Joining the New York cast this season is Atlanta favorite K.Michelle, who has released her chart-topping debut album and is relocating to the Big Apple to take the music scene by storm. Will K leave her wild ways behind, or will she rip through New York like she did Atlanta?

After welcoming a new baby with fiancé Mendeecees Harris at the end of last season, talent entrepreneur Yandy Smith is focusing on keeping her head held high as she juggles being a career woman and a single mom while waiting to hear Mendeecees' fate as he awaits his trial. Meanwhile, singer/model Erica Mena is more determined than ever to find success in love and career with or without former manager/lover Rich Dollaz, while Tahiry Jose and Joe Budden find that getting back together isn't always easy, even when you both want the same things. Erica Jean and rapper Saigon round out the cast, and though the two share a son, Erica finds herself wanting more out of the relationship with the father of her child.

Season 6

Returning fan favorites are joined by a new cast of young, hot female rappers all hungry for success — and they're ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple!

Joining the series for the first time are a group of fresh, talented female artists trying to make it big in the city. With personalities as strong as their rhymes, Mariah Lyn, Young B (of "Chicken Noodle Soup" fame) and SexxyLexxy and MissMoeMoney from the rap duo BBOD battle to make themselves heard. With these girls dropping managers more often than mics, can "Love & Hip Hop" veteran Rah Ali navigate her new career as a music manager and keep these girls out of trouble? Will they let past beef and love triangles hold them back? Who will rise to the top?

It's been a big year for series veterans Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris, who recently tied the knot on VH1's "Love & Hip Hop Live: The Wedding" special, and welcomed their daughter Skylar. This season, it's back to business for the newlyweds and time to focus on finding a bigger place to live and blending their families. Yandy is ready to get back to managing artists and focus on her career but with Mendeecees' impending legal issues, their newly wedded bliss may not last long.

Since her recent release from prison, it's fresh onto the "Love & Hip Hop" scene for rap superstar Remy Ma and her ride-or-die rapper husband Papoose. We follow Remy as she navigates through life on the outside and reclaims her crown as "Queen of NY," all while getting ready for a long-awaited official walk down the aisle.

Founding member of the "Creep Squad," Rich Dollaz finds himself contending with the newest lady of the house — his daughter! Rich learns that when it comes to his number one girl, he has no control. Can she inspire her dad to completely change his messy ways or will he get wrapped up in some hot new talent?

Peter Gunz attempts to bring his two families together under the same roof, but will he finally be able to have his cake and eat it too? Or will Tara and Amina shatter the love triangle once and for all?

Cisco Rosado is now single and on the prowl. Mixing business with pleasure never ends well but which new, female talent will he choose to produce and who will have him ready to get down on one knee?

Newcomer DJ Self from New York radio station Power 105.1 bursts into "Love & Hip Hop" as we follow his relationship with Yorma, one of the hottest dancers in New York City, and their tangled web of drama. Can Self balance his packed schedule with his equally packed love life?

Firecracker and Instagram sensation Cardi B. leaps from the pages of IG to the small screen with a bang! It's certain this tough cookie will deliver raw and real emotion as she entangles with her fellow cast members.

"Love & Hip Hop NY" is executive produced by Mona Scott-Young for Monami Entertainment and Toby Barraud and Stefan Springman for NFGTV. Co-executive producer is Stephanie Gayle for Monami Entertainment. Shelly Tatro, Brad Abramson, Danielle Gelfand and Jeff Olde are executive producers for VH1. Vivian Gomez is coordinating producer for VH1.




'Love and Hip Hop' Bonus: Kimbella Reveals Whether She'll Be Yandy's Maid of Honor
'Love and Hip Hop' Bonus: Is Amina's Ex-Boyfriend Orrin Really Over Her?
Spit + Camera Kicks: Jhonni Blaze's Video Recap of Her First 'Love and Hip Hop' Reunion
'Love and Hip Hop' Reunion Bonus: Cyn Santana's Full Chipotle Order Revealed
Peter Seeks Redemption from Tara in This 'Love and Hip Hop' Bonus Clip
'Love and Hip Hop' Reunion Sneak Peek: Jhonni and Rich Get Real About Their Relationship
WHAT?! Rihanna Was Chillin' at the Club with a 'Love and Hip Hop' Star?
Watch the Supertrailer for 'Moms and Hip Hop' the New 'Love and Hip Hop' Spin-Off
Most Hilarious Memes from Love and Hip Hop, Episode 512
The Ten Most Famous People to Appear on 'Love and Hip Hop'

FACTS

Network: VH1
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: March 21, 2010
Seasons: 6
Production Companies:
Monami Entertainment
NFGTV





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carolyn says:
I think we as ,that black race need to learn how to got along with each other.

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