These Are The Best Songs to Ever Come Out of Love & Hip Hop

Did you catch these gems on the episodes when they aired?

There are two main components to Love & Hip Hop, and while love is a big one, music is at the show’s core. Check out our picks for the best songs to come out of the show, and just for kicks, watch K. Michelle perform “Bury My Heart” live on Season 1 of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

  1. “Psychotic Bitch” by Mama Jones

    Mama Jones’ diss rap for Jim and Chrissy, as heard on Season 2 of Love & Hip Hop: New York.

  2. “How Could You Leave” by Cyn Santana

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    Cyn Santana’s tribute for her brother, as heard on Season 5, Episode 13 of Love & Hip Hop: New York.

  3. “ATM” by Ray J featuring Dria and Migos

    Ray J’s club-ready collaboration, released before the Season 1 premiere of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

  4. “December” by Olivia Longott

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    Olivia’s heartbreak ballad that shot to number 10 on iTunes’s R&B/Soul Chart in May of 2011.

  5. “Revolver” by Jhonni Blaze featuring Rich Andruws

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    Jhonni Blaze’s vulnerable narrative duet, released after the 5th season finale of Love & Hip Hop: New York.

  6. “I Deserve” by Momma Dee

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    Momma Dee’s well-received track about her love for her children, as heard on Season 3 of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

  7. “Heartbreaker” by Karlie Redd featuring Young Dro

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    Karlie Redd’s tight record, played by Yung Joc for Bryan Leach in a bonus clip from Episode 14 of Season 3 of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta.

  8. “Post To Be” by Omarion featuring Chris Brown & Jhene Aiko

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    Omarion’s radio-friendly jam with Chris Brown and Jhene Aiko, released during Season 1 of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.

  9. “Can’t Raise A Man” by K. Michelle

    K. Michelle’s hit song from her 2013 debut LP that also appears on VH1 Love & Hip Hop (Music From the Series).

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