Amara La Negra
Miami born-and-raised with proud Dominican roots, multi-faceted artist, actress, podcast host, real estate investor, and AfroLatina activist Amara La Negra has been named Billboard's Artist on the Rise and one of Rolling Stone's 10 to Watch. Last year, Amara added “mother” to her long list of accomplishments, as she gave birth to beautiful twin girls Sumajestad Royalty and Sualteza Empress. This season, after a painful split from the father of her daughters, Amara faces a difficult choice: forge ahead as a strong single mom, or entertain the possibility of romance with someone new. Can she learn to love and trust again, or will emotional baggage and the pressures of the industry spotlight undermine her shot at love?
Love & Hip Hop Miami introduced him to the world as Trina's cousin, but over the past four seasons, openly gay artist and entrepreneur Bobby Lytes has carved out his own loud-and-proud identity, serving up catchy tracks, outrageous looks, and an unapologetic point-of-view. This season, Bobby returns on a whole new level, having expanded his fanbase amid countless viral moments -- and he’s using his elevated profile to launch a personal and professional rebirth. The soul-baring, R&B-infused single “Judgment Day” heralds a thoughtful, more grown-up era for Bobby, but in order to succeed, he’ll have to prove skeptics wrong and overcome the messy and chaotic reputation that precedes him.
Florence El Luche
By day, Haitian immigrant and mother-of-three Florence El Luche operates a restaurant and runs a beauty bar. But by night, the serial entrepreneur transforms into Miami's self-proclaimed “Queen of Kompa,” a Haitian pop style performed in French Creole. After a year of dramatic bombshells that ultimately ended her marriage, Flo is picking up the pieces and pushing through. Always about her music moves, she’s linked up with Trina for “Bounce Dat,” a soon-to-drop “Miami meets Haiti” crossover single, and she’s booked and busy with a packed calendar that includes studio sessions, celebrity hostings, and festival bookings. This season, Flo continues her industry ascent while embarking on a personal journey that’s bound to raise eyebrows -- as she’s caught up in secretive romance that defies the expectations of her family and community.
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, Joy explores the possibility of new love -- and quickly finds herself in the middle of drama and scandal.
A force to be reckoned with, Princess Love Norwood is an entrepreneur, model, and mother -- and no stranger to the ups and downs of the spotlight. Her often tumultuous marriage to Ray J. has played out in front of the cameras, offering viewers an inside look at the unique trials and tribulations of a high-profile Hollywood relationship. Last year found the couple at rock-bottom amid a nasty separation and divorce proceedings, but in recent months they’ve decided to patch things up and give love another chance. This season, Princess finds herself torn between the commitment she’s made to her husband -- and a newfound love for high-stakes poker that has Ray J. eager to leave Las Vegas and return to the 305.
A man of many talents – singer-songwriter, producer, actor, political consultant, and electronics mogul – Ray J. has been gracing TV screens for decades while giving audiences an all-access look at the ups and downs of his high-flying Hollywood lifestyle. Last year found Ray J. at a low point in his tumultuous marriage to Princess Love, but now, the Norwoods are trying to work it out -- and have officially called off their divorce. Alas, they’re trying to work it out in Las Vegas, where the distractions and temptations of Sin City are driving a new wedge between them. As Ray J. plots a return to Miami, can he convince Princess to abandon her new love -- high-stakes poker -- and prioritize her marriage?
An iconic figure in the world of reality television, Shay Johnson is an entrepreneur, wellness advocate, and Love & Hip Hop fan-favorite known for her fiery, tell-it-like-is personality. But she’s also shown viewers a vulnerable side, mending her relationship with her estranged mother on camera, and leveraging the platform to educate women about reproductive health amid her own courageous battle with fibroids. This season finds Shay in a dramatic new chapter as she raises one-year-old daughter Shajiyah alongside on-again-off-again boyfriend Fabo -- who’s been given a one-year deadline to put a ring on it, or keep it moving.
Sukihana is a self-made star, attracting millions of followers on Instagram with her raunchy stunts, fearless attitude, and catchy viral tracks. After a memorable cameo in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's "WAP" video and buzzy appearances on Summer Walker’s tour, the Delaware native’s career continued its ascent with a string of high-profile collaborations (including with NLE Choppa and Sexxy Redd) and even higher-profile social media controversies. This season, in the wake of a dramatic break-up and a soul-searching trip to Nigeria, Suki finds herself at a personal and professional crossroads -- plotting a dramatic re-brand with an elevated style and a sophisticated sound inspired by her African roots. But in her quest to be taken seriously, can Suki resist the temptation of “doing it for the likes” and leave behind the salacious antics that made her famous?
Straight outta 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-five 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 the host of his smash hit online cooking show “B**** I Got My Pots” - where his colorful commentary is even spicier than his food. This season, Trick is seizing the day -- getting in shape, hitting the dating scene, and even removing his signature gold grills. He’s also helping put on his nieces The Hollywood Twins, aspiring rappers whose rambunctious, fun-loving personalities may be more than the notoriously cranky Trick Daddy can handle.
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. In recent years, she’s defied the industry odds, attaining icon status with a slew of hit collabs and a blockbuster edition of Verzuz opposite Eve. This season, the Liberty City legend is embarking on her most prestigious era yet, with a smash Tiny Desk concert and a new celebrity podcast. But she’s also dealing with heartbreak in the aftermath of a family tragedy and the end of her engagement to longtime beau Raymond Taylor.
New Jersey native Neri Santiago is showing the world that she's so much more. A nonstop hustler, she's held down jobs since she was 14 years old. This season, Neri is her own boss at her South Florida juice bar that's emerged as a hip-hop hotspot. Neri is determined to have it all as she navigates the challenges of business ownership and tends to her high-profile family and friendships.
Noreaga (a.k.a. N.O.R.E.)
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 A-list guests from across the industry. Two-and-a-half decades after the release of his first album, Noreaga is taking viewers along for the ride as he revisits his musical roots and collects his flowers for the first time.