Tip “T.I.” Harris is a Grammy Award-winning recording artist who has left an indelible mark on the world of music and pop culture. Having sold over 10 million albums in the U.S. alone and credited as one of the artists who originated the hip hop subgenre trap music, T.I. remains an influential figure in the world of music and entertainment. He is the founding executive of Grand Hustle Records and the owner of two successful urban clothing brands, AKOO and Hustle Gang. In 2016, T.I. became an artist-owner of the global streaming service TIDAL alongside Jay-Z, Beyonce, Rihanna and others. T.I.’s business interests and portfolio now stretch across a variety of sectors including real estate development, lifestyle, technology and sports, to name a few.
T.I. is also an actor and producer who premiered his new BET business competition series “The Grand Hustle” and reprised his role in the Marvel sequel “Ant-Man and the Wasp.” He is co-producer of the musical drama “Glow Up” as part of PepsiCo’s Creators League. T.I. and his son Domani, along with producer Cordale “Lil’ C” Quinn, received a Tony Award nomination for Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre for “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical.”
Widely recognized for his influence in the community, T.I. has become an activist and dominant force in social issues such as race relations and civil and human rights. In response to mass inequality and the murders of unarmed black citizens, T.I. began his Us or Else movement for which he penned a thought-provoking series of op-eds for The New York Times, Washington Post and Huffington Post and a socially charged album entitled “Us or Else: Letter to the System,” which were followed by a provocative short film. Using that as a platform, T.I. launched a formal, charitable, social justice and philanthropic arm -- Harris Community Works -- dedicated to driving systemic change in underserved communities. His philanthropic work includes relief and support efforts for Puerto Rico, Houston, Colin Kaepernick’s Million Dollar Challenge and more. T.I. also is a coveted member of Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms's transition team. In this role, he supports the mayor and city of Atlanta in policy and advocacy efforts that drive the city forward.
Small in stature, large in talent, Tameka “Tiny” Harris rose to fame in the 90s as a member of the multiplatinum R & B group Xscape alongside Kandi Burruss, Tamika Scott and LaTocha Scott. Their first album was a critical and commercial success peaking at number 17 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and number three on the Top R & B Albums chart. As a member of Xscape, she received two Soul Train Music Awards for Best New R & B Artist and R & B Album and the A-Town Music Award for Best Group. She’s also a Grammy winner for her writing contribution on the TLC hit “No Scrubs.” A reality TV staple since 2009, Tiny has been living her personal life in the public eye for almost a decade. In 2017, Tameka teamed back up with the members of Xscape for a strong reunion tour that sold out arenas nationwide. She’s a businesswoman, wife, mother of seven and sometime “momager” who opened an Atlanta juice bar and embarked on the 25th anniversary reunion tour of So So Def artists with the ladies of Xscape.
The eldest daughter of Tameka “Tiny” Harris and stepdaughter of T.I. Harris, “Niq Niq” has big shoes to fill. As a teen, the singer-songwriter started out as a member of the girl group The OMG Girlz, which was managed by her mother. The group disbanded in 2015, and Niq Niq embarked on a solo career and hasn’t looked back. In addition to making music, she’s an actor and model and is also pursuing business opportunities -- as she shares the family’s tendency to hustle.
Toya is the proud mother of two girls, Reginae Carter and Reign Rushing, and the longtime best friend of Tameka “Tiny” Harris. The New Orleans native came into the public eye as the young bride of hip hop legend Lil Wayne, but the couple divorced in 2006. Toya has been on the rise ever since. Viewers have enjoyed the hijinks and powerful friendship of Tiny and Toya on their spin-off of the same name. Now the duo is together again making moves as they care for their families. Toya is a New York Times best-selling author of “Priceless Inspirations,” a memoir titled “In My Own WORDS… MY Real Reality” and “You Just Don’t Get It” with daughter Reginae Carter. Toya’s a successful entrepreneur with multiple businesses including a successful bonnet line called Before Bed Headz.
The daughter of Antonia “Toya” Wright and hip hop legend Lil Wayne, Reginae Carter has lived her entire life in the public eye. She’s coming of age and trying to make a name for herself outside of her famous parents. She gave singing a go as a member of the girl group The OMG Girlz alongside her best friend Zonnique “Niq Niq” Pullins, but these days, she's turned her attention to acting.
Monica Brown is a multiplatinum Grammy Award-winning artist and singer with sales of over 25 million as well as an actress, philanthropist and entrepreneur. She was signed to a major label at the tender age of 12 and debuted with hit singles “Don’t Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)” and “Before You Walk Out of My Life.” As a result, she became the youngest female to have two back-to-back number one hits on Billboard's R & B charts, both from her 1995 debut album “Miss Thang.” Her sophomore album “The Boy Is Mine” garnered Monica pop success with her pairing with Brandy to record the Rodney Jerkins-produced lead single of the same name, which spent a record-breaking 13 weeks at number one on the Billboard charts. The duet earned a Grammy Award to add to Monica’s existing collection of American Music, Soul Train and Billboard Awards. In 2003, Monica’s chart-topping success continued when her third album “After the Storm” debuted at number one on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart and spawned her sixth number one single “So Gone.” She is the first artist to have number one Billboard singles in the last three consecutive decades, which puts her in the elite company of history-making superstars such as Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, James Brown and Marvin Gaye. Billboard listed Monica at number 24 on its list of the Top 50 R & B and Hip Hop Artists of the past 25 years. Monica’s seventh studio album “Code Red” was released in December of 2015. The critically acclaimed album features performers Lil Wayne, Akon, Missy Elliott and Timbaland. The “Code Red” album release is the seventh consecutive top 10 chart debut from the songstress, further solidifying her exceptional and long-standing career. Monica has also graced the big screen in feature films as well as TV movies. She contributed to the hit NBC show “The Voice,” and her life was documented in BET’s “Monica: Still Standing.” Monica is married to NBA Champion Shannon Brown and the proud mother of sons Rodney "Rocko" Hill and Romelo "Melo" Hill and daughter Laiyah Brown.
On the acting front, LeToya Luckett has appeared on “Greenleaf” for OWN and in recurring roles on FOX’s “Rosewood” and HBO’s “Ballers.” Also a singer-songwriter, LeToya’s debut solo album on Capitol Records topped the Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum. Her album "Back 2 Life" was released in May 2017 on eOne. Prior to that, she was a founding member of the iconic girl group Destiny’s Child.