Amara La Negra
Miami born and raised with proud Dominican roots, artist, actress, podcast host and Afro-Latina activist Amara La Negra has been named Billboard's Artist on the Rise and one of Rolling Stone's 10 Artists You Need to Know. But after a lifetime spent chasing the spotlight, everything is about to change. This season, as she prepares for motherhood and struggles to define her relationship with the father of her unborn twins, Amara is confronted with unresolved issues from her past. She must decide who she wants to include in the next chapter of her life.
"Love & Hip Hop Miami" introduced him to the world as Trina's cousin, but over the past four 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 as he re-evaluates his love for hip hop -- and life in Trina's shadow -- after a blowup within his famous cousin's camp.
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 Music," a Haitian pop style performed in French Creole. This season, Florence is all about her music and her marriage, but the haters are coming for both. As rival forces conspire against her, Florence must determine who she can trust and how to move forward to achieve her dreams of breaking through to the music industry A-list.
An entrepreneur and woman-about-town with more than two decades of experience in the entertainment and beauty industries, 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 getting serious about a new relationship -- and feeling the pressure to get serious about her divorce.
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.
Princess Love is a devoted mother to Epik and Melody and a hardworking business entrepreneur. This season, she's back in Miami and living her best life as a single mom. Divorce looks good on Princess and even though the papers aren't signed yet, she's committed to moving on. Princess is radiating positivity about the recipes she's cooking up, the new man she's entertaining and the quick divorce she intends to get from Ray J. But will old feelings reopen old wounds and keep Princess from her happily ever after?
A man of many talents -- singer-songwriter, producer, actor and electronics mogul -- Ray J has been gracing TV screens for the past three decades. This season, after a shocking near-death experience, Ray's re-examining his life and who he wants in it. Since filing for divorce from Princess Love last fall, the up-and-down couple has struggled to find a peaceful way forward as co-parents -- even as they radiate happiness on social media. Now, as a notorious, decades-old scandal returns to the headlines, Ray is about to realize that the Norwoods are stronger together than apart.
Reality show fan-favorite turned successful wellness entrepreneur Shay Johnson is back and ready to share some big news: She's six months pregnant! As a soon-to-be-mother, the top item on her agenda is healing the broken relationship with her mom. But Shay isn't interested in making amends with everyone, and even motherhood won't stop her from settling a score with former friend Amara, who left her brother Emjay brokenhearted.
Sukihana is a self-made star, attracting millions of 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 and buzzy appearances on Summer Walker's tour, Sukihana finds herself on the verge of A-list. Between planning a wedding to her fiancé Kill Bill and sold-out stadium shows, Sukihana is pushing to elevate herself and her career. But she needs support to make it to the top, and conflict and controversy within Suki's inner circle threaten to derail her big dreams.
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-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. This season finds Trick taking over the internet with his star-studded cooking show, "B**** I Got My Pots," where his colorful commentary is even spicier than his food.
Trina, Miami's undisputed rap queen, 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. Recently engaged and busier than ever, the Liberty City legend is hitting the road with her biggest and baddest tour yet, while penning a memoir and pursuing an acting career. As she plans her trip down the aisle, Trina must also deal with drama in her family -- finding herself caught in the middle of a conflict between her cousin Bobby and fiancé Raymond, not to mention the never-ending divorce of Trick and Joy.