Tip "T.I." Harris is universally recognized as a visionary, groundbreaking entrepreneur, magnetic rapper, actor, art curator, entrepreneur, philanthropist and activist at the top of his game. The multihyphenate artist received ASCAP's inaugural Voice of the Culture award in 2019, released his 10th album "Dime Trap," and has topped the charts again with his podcast "expediTIously," produced in partnership with PodcastOne. T.I.'s podcast has already earned a five-star rating from fans and reached No. 1 within 48 hours of its release.
An acclaimed innovator with millions of albums sold and single sales of more than 35 million, T.I. has been awarded three Grammy Awards, 11 Billboard Music Awards, three BET Awards, two American Music Awards and more. T.I.'s decade-and-a-half-long stewardship of Grand Hustle Records has produced multiple breakout artists. His musical pairings as a seamless collaborator have included superstars like Drake, Beyonce, Pharrell, Rihanna, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Robin Thicke, M.I.A., Lady Gaga, Kanye West and others.
T.I. has become an activist and dominant force in social issues around race relations and civil and human rights with his Us or Elsemovement. This led to his socially charged album entitled "Us or Else: Letter to the System," followed by a provocative short film. Following these releases, 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 mass incarceration, Hurricane Maria disaster relief, Hurricane Harvey disaster relief, Colin Kaepernick's Million Dollar Challenge and more.
Small in stature but 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 No. 17 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and No. 3 on the Top R&B Albums chart. As a member of Xscape, Tiny 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. Tiny also received a Grammy Award for her writing contribution to the TLC hit "No Scrubs."
In 2017, Tiny reunited with the members of Xscape for a reunion tour that sold out arenas nationwide. She's a businesswoman who opened an Atlanta juice bar, wife, mother of seven and occasional mom-ager. A reality-TV staple since 2009, Tiny has been living her personal life in the public eye for almost a decade.
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, Niq Niq is an actor and model who continues to pursue business opportunities and shares the family's tendency to hustle.
Toya is the proud mother of two girls, Reginae Carter and Reign Rushing, and the long-time best friend of Tameka "Tiny" Harris. The New Orleans native first came into the public eye as the young bride of hip-hop legend Lil Wayne. While the couple divorced in 2006, Toya has been on the rise ever since.
Toya is working to build a strong foundation with Red Rushing, the father of her youngest daughter and her better half. The two are working together to help fight obesity by starting their Weight No More initiative. Toya's desire for personal growth and lasting relationships is stronger than ever.
Toya is also a New York Times best-selling author of "Priceless Inspirations" who's written her own memoir "In My Own Words: My Reality" and co-written "You Just Don't Get It" with her daughter Reginae. Toya is expanding her brand and taking on a role as publisher for her mother's book, "How Well Do We Know Ourselves" and the children's book she named after her daughter, "Learning Colors with Reignbeaux." This boss is on the rise and ready to reach her highest potential.
The daughter of Antonia "Toya" Wright and hip-hop legend Lil Wayne, Reginae Carter has lived her life in the public eye. After dropping out of college to pursue acting, Reginae landed two leading roles on Lifetime's "Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta" and on a BET series. Reginae continues to grow and evolve unapologetically and is determined to be recognized not only for her celebrity parents, but also for her talents.
Monica Brown is a multiplatinum, Grammy Award-winning artist and singer with sales of over 25 million. She's also an actress, philanthropist and entrepreneur. Monica was born and raised in Atlanta and began her career at 12 years old. She became the youngest female to have two back-to-back No. 1 hits on Billboard's R&B charts, both from her 1995 debut album "Miss Thang." Her sophomore album's lead single "The Boy Is Mine" garnered Monica pop success with a record-breaking 13 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard charts.
Monica had No. 1 Billboard singles in 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. Through her own independent label, MonDeenise, Monica released her first single, "Commitment," which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Adult R&B Charts in January 2019. After the release of her second single "Me + You," Monica plans to deliver her highly anticipated album "Chapter 38," further solidifying her exceptional and long-standing career.
LeToya Luckett is a true multihyphenate, achieving success across the entertainment world in music, film/television and public speaking, as well as being a brand ambassador. The Houston native began her career as a founding member of the iconic girl group Destiny's Child. LeToya co-wrote several songs on their sophomore album, "The Writing's On The Wall," including the gold-certified singles "Bills, Bills, Bills" and "Say My Name."
LeToya then segued into a solo career, releasing three studio albums: "LeToya," which was certified platinum and included the No. 1 Billboard 200 single "Torn"; "Lady Love," which debuted in the top slot on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and included the top 10 single "Regret" (featuring Ludacris); and "Back 2 Life," the title track of which hit No. 6 on the U.S. Adult R&B chart.
LeToya also had recurring roles on "Greenleaf," "Rosewood," "Ballers," "Single Ladies" and "Treme." She also executive produced and starred on "Here We Go Again."