MONDAYS 9/8cLove & Hip Hop Miami
The hustle, drama and determination never stop as established artists and rising stars set out to make their mark on Miami's music scene and the hip hop industry.
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S4 • E4
Keep It NastySuki deals with her arrest, Ray J gets a much-needed cooking lesson, Amara reconnects with her dad and learns an upsetting secret, and Florence channels her anger at Marlon into her music.09/13/2021
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S4 • E3
Thicker Than WaterAmara is conflicted about staying in the D.R. with Allan, Ray J and Princess come to Miami in search of married friends, and Florence focuses on work while her husband acts suspiciously.09/06/2021
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S4 • E2
Island TimeAmara considers a new life in the Dominican Republic, emotions run high for Trina on the anniversary of her brother's death, and Shelah Marie and Ace host an awkward Mother's Day brunch.08/30/2021
S4 • E1
Miami Is the MomentNeri asks N.O.R.E. to step up at home, Trina celebrates the 20th anniversary of her debut album, and Sukihana clashes with her "momager," Lori, over the rapper's desire to have more kids.08/23/2021
Miami's undisputed rap queen Trina rocketed to fame in 1998 with her iconic feature on the smash track "Nann," which was the first of many collaborations with Trick Daddy. Trina's audacious, sex-positive lyrics and unapologetic "Baddest B****" persona changed the game and set the tone for an entire generation of femcees. Now 21 years after the release of her debut album, the Liberty City native is hitting the gas on her already unprecedented career with new music, an expansion of her record label, and a nonstop series of live performances and events. With the support of a tight-knit circle of friends and family -- including longtime boyfriend Raymond Taylor -- Trina's on a mission to chart new territory for women in hip hop and remind everybody that she's the hardest-working artist in the business.
Trick DaddyCast Member
Straight out of Liberty City's "Pork 'n' Beans" projects, Maurice "Trick Daddy" Young overcame a childhood surrounded by drugs and violence to emerge as one of the hottest rappers of the 90s. Twenty years, eight albums, and countless EPs, mixtapes and collaborations later, the unofficial Mayor of the 305 has branched out as the owner of wildly successful soul-food restaurant Sunday's Eatery, and as the cohost (alongside Trina) of Miami's top-rated "TNT Morning Show." This season finds Trick working to expand his restaurant brand into an empire while entertaining audiences with his brash and opinionated point of view on all things love and hip hop.
Amara La NegraCast Member
Amara La Negra
Miami born and raised with proud Dominican roots, artist, entrepreneur and AfroLatinx activist Amara La Negra has been named Billboard's Artist on the Rise and one of Rolling Stone's 10 to Watch. But over the past year, the music industry's Next Big Thing discovered a new passion for real estate as she bought, flipped and managed a lucrative portfolio of vacation rentals in the Dominican Republic. After 25 years of performing, Amara finds herself at a personal and professional crossroads. Does she continue her stressful and demanding pursuit of A-list stardom or follow a path to a simpler life away from the spotlight?
Sukihana is a self-made star, attracting 1.5 million followers on Instagram with her fearless attitude, raunchy stunts and catchy viral tracks. After a memorable cameo in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" video, Sukihana now finds herself on the verge of the mainstream A-list. But the outrageous celebrity persona is only part of Suki's story. Away from the spotlight, she's a doting mom dedicated to her three kids and her fiancé Kill Bill. This season finds Sukihana plotting an engagement party and expanding her brand to open a fashion boutique, all while navigating the pitfalls of her online antics and real-life controversies as she continues to pursue stardom on her own terms.
Hip-hop legend Noreaga (a.k.a. N.O.R.E.) rose to stardom as half the rap duo Capone-N-Noreaga in the mid-90s before embarking on a successful solo career that included the platinum album "God's Favorite" and top 10 hit "Nothin'." Noreaga's success story took another turn when he teamed up with DJ EFN in 2009 to host the Sirius XM "Militainment Crazy Raw Radio" show, laying the groundwork for the pair's partnership on the "Drink Champs" podcast in March 2016. The show became a blockbuster hit and ground zero for conversation in the hip-hop culture, attracting guests from across the industry A-list. Noreaga is at a pivotal moment as he works to parlay the "Drink Champs" momentum into a slate of other business opportunities, including a caviar line and a record label. At the same time, he must contend with the needs of his wife Neri Santiago, who -- after 10 years of marriage -- is ready to spread her entrepreneurial wings and open her own business, potentially changing the traditional dynamics of their marriage forever.
Although she's known to the public as Noreaga's wife, New Jersey native Neri Santiago is ready to show the world that she's so much more. A nonstop hustler, she's held down jobs since she was 14 years old, most recently as a lead makeup artist for MAC Cosmetics. As the Santiagos approach their 10-year wedding anniversary, Neri's bossing up as the owner/operator of a brand-new South Florida juice bar. But opening a business isn't easy, and as Neri faces a gauntlet of obstacles, she has to rally the support of Noreaga, who's forced to step up as a husband and father.
Broward County native Ace Hood's rap career took off in 2008 when he was signed to DJ Khaled's We the Best Music Group, a deal that spawned four full-length albums and smash hit singles "Hustle Hard" and "Bugatti," featuring Future and Rick Ross. Although his early work demonstrated a flashy, commercial sensibility, fans got to know a very different Ace when he started dating (and eventually married) social media influencer Shelah Marie, who encouraged him to embrace a more holistic, mindful lifestyle. Now Ace Hood puts in work on his high-profile marriage and embarks on a high-stakes musical journey with a reinvented, elevated sound.
A South Florida native with a background in theater and dance, Shelah Marie is the founder of Curvy, Curly, Conscious, a wellness movement focused on self-love and liberation for Black women. She's also a star on social media, where she's cultivated a following with her funny, emotional and deeply personal posts exploring issues like body image, mental health and racial identity. Shelah recently celebrated her one-year wedding anniversary to rapper Ace Hood, who credits her with elevating his mindset and transforming his musical style. Now Shelah is navigating the highs and lows of life hip-hop married life, and her efforts to carve out her own identity within her relationship.
Florence El Luche
Florence El Luche
By day, Haitian immigrant and mother-of-three Florence El Luche operates a restaurant, runs a skincare line and is hard at work on a soon-to-open beauty bar. But by night, the serial entrepreneur transforms into Miami's Queen of Kompa Music, a Haitian pop style performed in French Creole. After building a regional fanbase, the fiery Florence is making moves to achieve her English-language breakthrough, all while dealing with countless other obligations and obstacles, including scandalous secrets that could jeopardize her marriage and derail her career.
Ray J and Princess have landed. With the MIAgration in full effect, the iconic Love & Hip Hop Hollywood mainstays are joining a massive influx of artists and tech professionals moving to the 305. But Ray J's time in Miami isn't all about sun, sand and securing the bag. He's hoping a change of scenery -- and socializing with married friends like N.O.R.E. and Neri -- will have a positive impact on his up-and-down marriage to Princess. But is Miami built to withstand the couple's Category Five chaotic energy?
It's a new city -- and a new attitude -- for Princess Love, who's ready to reclaim her shine. With her divorce from Ray J off the table (for now), she's bonding with the ladies of the 305 and grabbing the spotlight as a swimsuit model in a jaw-dropping runaway show. But it's not all fun and fashion for Princess, as a thought-provoking debate with the other women leads her to reflect on the pain of growing up as a biracial child.
Bobby LytesCast Member
Love & Hip Hop Miami introduced him to the world as Trina's cousin, but over the past three seasons, rapper and entrepreneur Bobby Lytes has carved out his own loud-and-proud identity, serving up catchy singles, outrageous looks and an unapologetic point-of-view. This season follows Bobby on a deeply personal journey as he struggles to heal from the long-term emotional consequences of his family's troubled past.
Joy YoungCast Member
An entrepreneur and woman-about-town with more than two decades of experience in entertainment and the beauty industry, Joy Young is the CEO of New Roots Extensions and the owner of a successful hookah rental company. She's also Trina's cousin and Trick Daddy's (almost) ex-wife. This season finds Joy helping The Diamond Princess navigate a tumultuous new era of her career and moving forward with the next chapter of her love life -- whether Trick likes it or not.
Miami TipCast Member
As the star attraction at Miami's King of Diamonds strip club, Miami Tip stunned audiences with her gravity-defying routines. She has since diversified her hustles and business interests, dabbling in music, opening a hookah lounge and starting a management company. Whether giving her client Sukihana a reality check or bringing PreMadonna back down to earth, Miami Tip is often the voice of reason. This season follows Tip as she uses all her skills to help Sukihana move through an ever-changing industry landscape.