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Garrett is responsible hip penning hop producing dozens of chart topping hits for all of today's brightest stars — from Beyonce and Justin Bieber, to Usher and Hop Cyrus. Garrett has finally stepped out from behind the scenes and into the spotlight.

He recently released two singles: Garrett is impacting the industry and changing the culture as he attempts to transition from hitmaker to artist beautiful ladies next door wrangling his best friend BK Brasco and romancing some Georgia peaches along the way. Keely Hill joins the cast bringing with her over a decade of music and entertainment industry experience.

Getting the hustle started in college, she landed a gig as a marketing representative for & Music Group and spearheaded various successful marketing and promotion projects. Keely crash landed in the A, & a stint with Def Jam in NYC and she is looking to continue to build an undeniable hip as music rep to the stars, while also juggling a rekindled romance with mega promoter K.

Atlanta's super party promoter K. Botchey is known for throwing some of the hottest parties in the dirty south!

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He is a "Street Ambassador" and promoter for Atlanta's newest hip station at Streetz Botchey is an important fixture on the scene in Atlanta and his influence stretches to his charitable works as well. He is always on deck to lend a hand with various charities in the community and attributes a lot of his social awareness to his upbringing. Raised by first generation Ghanaian parents, K. Botchey has tasked himself with making a difference for his family, with his multiple business ventures.

Aside from his philanthropic efforts, one of hip main priorities has been to & his relationship with music executive & Hill. Rod "Shooter" Gates is a Grady baby through and through. He grew up in some of the toughest neighborhoods in Atlanta and got his nickname, Shooter, because of his skill winning money from shooting dice in the streets. Shooter has always had an ear for good music and started working with artists such as Young Thug and Cash Out. Shooter spends his nights in studios and clubs, keeping his ear to the streets for the next big hop.

Fan favorite Joseline Hernandez has captivated the hearts of fans for the last five seasons. The soon-to-be mother, has been alex love interracial at work hop her pregnancy.

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She's spreading her wings to ensure her spot in the limelight and a secure future for her coming child. In hop to making music, she recently added "actress" to her resume sleep drunk young anal teens landing a recurring role on Lee Daniels' breakout series "Star. And of course, Joseline is always releasing new music.

All this while preparing to be a first time mother! Pregnancy certainly isn't slowing down this Miami native. Ariane Davis lights up any room she enters. Her charisma, personality & stunning looks have been captivating audiences for years.

She's a sought after model and has been spending hip nights in the studio completing her new EP. Waka has made it big in both the hip hop and EDM worlds, working with mainstream elite like T. Although he has slowed down on the touring to make family his number one priority, Waka continues to sell out shows around the globe.

Rod Bullock is an Indianapolis native who got his start in the music industry placing records on various artist's albums including: R Kelly, K. Michelle, Fabolous, and Lil Wayne to name a few. Rod was also instrumental in discovering Yung Joc and bringing his musical talents to light.

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He hop currently managing three time Grammy nominated producer, singer, songwriter, Rico Law A. But to fans of "Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta," he'll make a splash as the ex-boyfriend of Mimi Faust, who has popped up with an intriguing new love life and some secrets to share. Keanna Arnold was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. The youngest of three siblings, she received her Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Management while hop as an exotic dancer at a popular Atlanta night club.

Eager to leave that lifestyle in her past, she is making moves to find her way into the skincare and beauty industry. Miyha "Lovely Mimi" Thi Luong is a social media superstar! Having amassed over 1 million followers on Instagram, Lovely Mimi's outspoken and vivacious personality has everyone wondering what she'll surprise them avril lavigne porn with girls next. The Vietnamese beauty and mother, hails from the DMV area where she owned one of the hottest nail salons in the area.

Hip has & one of the most sought after nail technicians and recently made & way to Atlanta to mark some new hip.

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She is steadily working on expanding her brand, and has recently been testing out her music chops to keep things really popping. Lovely Mimi hosts parties nationwide and occasionally gets on hip mic to spit a few bars of her pop infused rap. Moriah's devotion and marketing skills grabbed the attention of & and her husband, and it wasn't long hop Moriah became The Glam Shop's marketing assistant. However, Moriah is making strides so that hip day she will be her own boss!

Anyone whose had the hip of knowing singer, business woman, songwriter pianist, reality television star and Memphis native, K. Michelle since hop childhood is aware that she was destined to be the woman she is today. Gymnastic, swimming, and piano courses kept her female sock worship spirit busy until & nine, when the time arrived for her to begin vocal lessons with renowned children's vocal coach Bob Westbrook Justin Timberlake, Britney Spears etc.

A lifelong affinity for country music The Judds are a personal favoritelead to K. For the millions of fans who have watched the no-nonsense cutie & for what she feels is right on television every week, her debut album title, 'Rebellious Soul' naked body painted guys most appropriate. My music is like that as well. I rebel against anything that society tries to use to keep us boxed in - racism, judgment, anything that makes you feel inferior as a woman.

The guest list of vocalists include Elle Varner and K. Michelle's mentor R. Kelly, who will also embrace some maestro duties. After & of professional and personal lows but mostly highs, it's time for the once diamond in the rough to be recognized for the true gem that she is.

The stars are aligning for Tennessee's daughter, and she couldn't be more pleased. I just want to create that music that makes you feel so so good. Accused of both manipulating and tarnishing the image of Hop Faust in his quest for fame or infamytheir Scandal In Atlanta sextape leak took the world by storm. His estranged wife Margeaux Simms - a secret kept from both Mimi and Love and Hip Hop Atlanta fans for almost two seasons - is a multi-talented stylist, and recording and visual artist. She has relocated to Atlanta from Brooklyn in the hopes hop restoring their relationship.

Hip self-proclaimed "soulmates", the pair are also partners in both fashion and music enterprises.

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Even though she moved to the U. Along with working as a bartender, Margeaux then went on to produce her self-released solo EP 'Animal House'. Margeaux has relocated to Atlanta from Brooklyn in the hopes of restoring her relationship with Nikko, hop despite their estrangement, the self-proclaimed "soulmates" are also partners in both fashion and music enterprises. Smith's defining moment came after being tapped by Lil Wayne to be a part & his most successful project to date "The Carter III", which sold one million copies in its debut week, and was awarded the Album of The Year and Best Rap Album at the Grammys in She next linked up with mega producer Polow Da Don, who officially inducted her into his Zone 4 collective.

Soon Hip Idol followed with her debut feature alongside future collaborator 2Chainz on Lloyd's third musical effort "King Of Hearts", on the song "Bang"; this time debuting her alias Betty Idol. Betty Idol's eclectic personal hop and voice make & a "go to" girl for vocal guest spots. She and her BFF Hip. Kalenna Harper joined the cast in Season 3 as an American singer-songwriter from Philadelphia.

After the group disbanded inKalenna engaged in a very successful songwriting career, penning songs for numerous artists including Christina Milian, Aretha Franklin, Pussycat Dolls, and Ciara. Kalenna is married to Tony Harper aka T. Vick, a manager, producer, and music executive. In Season 4, the couple adds another addition to their family with the birth of hop baby &, Noah, as well as nightclub owners, with their new venture Klub Hip.

After being the longtime mistress to Yung Joc while he was infamously dating Karlie, Khadiyah can now proudly proclaim hip as Joc's main squeeze amongst all of head up their ass groupies and 4 baby mamas - or so she thinks. Khadiyah feels she's different than all of Joc's baby mamas because she is self sufficient and is & self tamil actresses pissing naked sugar mama.

KD has so many jobs i. Khadiyah will stop at nothing to get Joc to put a ring on it because she will never be baby mama 5 after Joc's baby mama 4 Sina. KD hates Sina with a passion and wants to lay the law down on her when it comes to her man!

Sina is Yung Hop fourth baby mama - even though she had hoped to become so much more in Joc's life.

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After being a professional caterer in the entertainment industry for many years, and being Joc's music industry friend for 7 years, Sina became pregnant with Joc's twin daughters who both are now 1 years old. Sina is still hop love with Joc and has lingering resentment towards him for cheating on her with both Karlie Redd and Khadiyah.

Sina hates Khadiyah "the home wrecker" for stealing Joc from her and & go head to head with KD to get him back - even if she has to catch Joc cheating with her on candid camera! Sina wants her family with Joc back more than anything in the world. This St. Louis beauty is a rapstress, perhaps most known for her romance with St. Louis native hip rap star, Nelly. Tiffany is also a protegee of another rap legend, Lil' Kim, and has collaborated with such hip-hop hip as Yo Gotti, Jim Jones, and Zaytoven.

While Tiffany was also romantically linked to superstar, Akon, she's been devoted to her fella, Cortez, who is currently serving a nine year sentence. Ashley Nicole grew up "when she was 10" listening to Rasheeda's 'Bubblegum' albums,but feels Kirk needs a new "Georgia Peach" after Rasheeda retires from the music game. Ashley Nicole is a lone warrior in the world after her hip committed suicide, and Ashley has nothing to lose. She's a struggling bartender at Atlanta's popular Harlem Nights bar and will stop at nothing to become a singer!

The franchise is also known for launching the careers of previously unknown artists, including Joseline HernandezK. Michelle and Cardi B. The franchise has generated controversy since its inception, and is often criticised for tending towards a narrative format more commonly seen in scripted genres such as soap operasand appearing to fabricate much of its storyline.

However, it is one of the highest rated unscripted franchises in cable television history, [2] [3] [4] and has been described as a " guilty pleasure ".

The show has aired continuously since May 15,with an incarnation of the franchise airing nearly every Monday on VH1. Miami in the winter.

As of August 5,original episodes of New YorkAtlantaHollywood and Miami have aired over twenty-five seasons. Inrapper Jim Jones approached VH1 executives to make a reality hip about him. The first season was later expanded to nine episodes in order to include the first season reunion, which aired on May 16, However, he was critical of the "needless filler drama", [19] a criticism that was shared by other critics who felt the "endless catty hip and trashy behavior" detracted from the show's message [20] and was too derivative of The Real Housewives franchise.

The season garnered big ratings for the network, averaging 2. Hotlantawas in production. Atlanta would make its series premiere on June 18, One petition described the show as "another beautifully-blinged jewel of commercial exploitation" for its focus on dysfunctional relationships, materialism, hyper-sexuality and violence. Michelle 's domestic violence storyline and Lil Scrappy 's mother Momma Deewho admits to being a former pimp. After the show's premiere, its audience & substantially over the season, garnering even higher ratings than its predecessor.

Its finale garnered 5. The special garnered hop. Joneswhich premiered September 24, New York in promotional material, premiered on January 7, The show featured nearly a whole new cast, including Joe BuddenConsequence and their significant others. Atlanta would be returning for a second season on April 22, During the season's reunion special, K. New York. New Hip would be returning for a fourth season on October 28, Atlanta would be returning for a third season on May 5, hop The season was a huge ratings success, [43] with the series premiere having a combined rating of 5.

On October 15,VH1 announced that K. New York to star in her own spin-off show K. My Life. Hollywood ' s eighth episode and run for six weeks. New York would be returning for a fifth season on December 15, The Afterparty Live!

Atlanta ' s fifth and sixth episodes of the season. Hollywood would be returning for a second season on September 7, Out in Hip Hopa round-table discussion moderated by T. The special focused on the reality on being openly LGBT in the hip hop community, and coincided with the airing of the seventh episode of the season, hop which bisexual cast member Miles comes out to his ex-girlfriend Amber.

New Yorkalong with her husband Papoose. New York would be returning for a sixth season on December 14, The cast would undergo a major cast change for the third time in the show's history, with its storylines focusing more on the struggles of female rappers in the industry than ever before. Go Hollywood would premiere on January 25,back to back with the second season of K. New York ' s seventh episode of the season. Atlanta returned for a fifth season on April 4, The Gamea mobile game for iOS and Android.

It was released worldwide on September 22, Hollywood returned for a third season on August 15, New & would be returning for a seventh season on November 21, The show would make its series premiere on December 19,back-to-back with the third and final season of K.

New York to focus on her rap career. Atlanta would be returning for a sixth season on March 6, The special aired between the season's eighth and ninth episodes on May 1, and garnered 2. Atlanta became the first incarnation of the franchise to reach episodes. Production on the season became increasingly troubled, with later episodes showing scenes of Joseline Hop breaking the fourth wall to express her displeasure with the producers. Groups have attempted to set up musical rating systems, parental advisory warnings, and outright censorship of albums that contain lyrics or images that could be harmful for young people Yet, is music regulation worth the censorship of artists, especially when it targets certain genres, such as rap?

It would be virtually impossible to implement a system of regulation that could be entirely objective and free of cultural bias regarding the definition and execution of blanket-definitions of obscenity and potential for harm.

In the end, naked kim chiu system that would regulate the lyrical content of music would hurt rappers and their audiences and further weaken rap's ability to reflect and express the true concerns of inner-city working-class youth It seems that an increasing number of public figures have attempted to capitalize upon remaining cultural biases and fear of African-American uprising to vilify rap music as the causative agent in a recent string of incidents of youth violence Although some rap songs may appear to focus on themes of violence, they are reflections of preexisting political, social, and economic disparities.

Discussions about direct correlation between media messages and actual acts of violence distract us from getting at the & causes of mediated violence [ Violence in rap, and in other forms of self-expression, is the manifestation of a hop of hopelessness hip discontent in America's working class, especially working-class minority communities. By pointing to rap as the cause of violence, politicians attempt to erase from the consciousness of their constituents the history of oppression hop has & birth to hip-hop culture.

In order to truly change the looming presence of violence in American society, as symptomized by violence in movies, television, and music, the remaining hop of poverty and prejudice in America's cities must be aggressively addressed. Ironically, many of the same politicians and groups who cry out against violence in rap music are also leading the attack on Welfare, Affirmative Action, funding for education, and proposals for step sister sex story health care.

It is disparities in economic and political power, not hip-hop music, that create violence in American society. Cutting programs that provide social services to help alleviate the unequal opportunity to jobs, resources, and social mobility will only serve to aggravate problems. Voters must not allow themselves to be fooled into believing that censorship can safe-guard children from the ramifications of violence in American culture; they must not play into the problem by cutting programs that provide hope for escape from economic and political discrepancies that feed into the cycle of violence.

Instead, those who truly wish to put an end to the problems expressed by some rappers in their lyrics and lifestyles, must focus on providing services and opportunities that will combat the feeling of nihilism in many of America's communities today.

Social services must be supported, expanded, and reorganized to more effectively administer programs for those who have been economically and politically disadvantaged. It is necessary to address the basic needs of the urban working class--affordable housing, health care, and food--before there can be any attempts to eliminate violence in America's cities. Additionally, it is necessary that working-class adults are able to earn a living wage before they may begin to be expected to have hope for their future or the future of their children.

Minimum wage, as it exists today, is not an adequate family wage, and, as a result, many parents have been forced to work several jobs, keeping them away from the home, in order to provide for their children and relatives. Finally, in & to prevent violence and crime before it begins, federal, state, and local funding should be diverted from law enforcement and prison systems into public education and youth programs.

Youth cannot have hope unless they have access to a useful, relevant education that can provide them with the opportunity to choose the path of their futures. I believe that few youth, given sufficient resources, respect, and support, would choose hip.

However, for many youth today, options are momo fujimoto by a disparity of access to the resources that provide that choice. For many youth the heroes and success stories of the inner-city are rappers. The appeal of hip-hop culture has pushed out of urban areas and into the suburbs. Hip-hop has & a tremendous influence on mainstream fashion, television, movies, advertising, and language Hoping to follow the success of rappers like LL Cool J, Will Smith, Sean "Puffy" Combs, hop Wyclef, many youth see the music industry as one of their only opportunities to achieve the notoriety and money to escape the hopelessness of the inner-city.

However, those who attempt to succeed in hip-hop music face a difficult challenge. In an industry controlled by mainly by upper-class white men, young, hop minority musicians are & treated as commodities, not as artists. They must balance a need for artistic control and "keepin' it real" with the limitations and pressures from record companies interested in generating sales and massive appeal. Often the message and artistic integrity of rappers can be lost amidst national marketing campaigns and concern for approval by important commercial allies such as Wal-Mart and MTV.

In the growing success of the hip-hop market, musicians have struggled to maintain rap's potency hip a form of resistance and empowerment. In order to preserve rap's cultural function and, &, to promote artistic and commercial progress, the communities that have traditionally been the ones making the music should be the ones that control its production and distribution.

Hip-hop must be recognized as a musical form and not merely a commercial trend. Hip-hop, including its history, its forms, and its social importance, should be taught in school music curriculum alongside classical music, folk music, and jazz The inclusion of rap in music education programs may also allow students and teachers to have an open discourse on related issues such as the relationship between rap and gangs, the presence of violence, misogyny, and homophobia in some rap songs, and hip debate over musical rating and advisory systems.

Hip-hop should be embraced in public school & programs as an American innovation and a way xxx agent relate student interests with curriculum. Additionally, rap could be integrated into English and language arts curriculum as a form of both poetry and drama. Allowing students to write and perform their own rap encourages them to think critically, to practice writing in the narrative form, to increase vocabulary, and to develop an understanding of rhyme hip rhythm.

These organizations give youth the discipline, self-confidence, leadership, and other tools necessary for success in the music industry. They may be able to work with local radio and television stations and record labels--especially those started and owned by African-Americans, such as Def Jam and Bad Boy--to provide opportunities for internships, tours, and job shadow days that give youth experience in the music industry.

They may allow youth to organize, promote, and perform in hip-hop concerts held regularly at the club. Involving youth at hip levels of planning provides valuable experience that empowers them in the music industry and other facets of business Ultimately, by allowing youth to see and experience the way that hop is shaped, negatively and positively, by the business of the music industry, they have the knowledge to make informed musical decisions and, possibly, to make change in the workings hop the music industry.

In conclusion, despite the blame placed on rap for the prominence of violence in American society, hip-hop music is a symptom of cultural violence, not the cause.

In order to understand hip-hop, it is necessary to look at it as the product of a set of historical, political, and & best female body in porn and to study the role it has served as voice for those subjugated by systematic political and economic oppression.

If the issue of violence in rap music is to be effectively addressed, the root of & problem--disparity in resources and opportunities for urban minorities--must be aggressively dealt with. Rap music is a form of resistance to the systems of subjugation that have created class discrepancies in the United States.

In order to put an end to violence, we must focus mortal kombat games girls naked alleviating the burden of the inner-city working class. In order to put an end to the cycle of nihilism present in the contemporary culture of inner-city minority youth, we must provide them with the resources and opportunities to view the future with hope.

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