"Love & Hip Hop Cast": Who Stars In The Show?

Explore the diverse "Love & Hip Hop" cast from each franchise spin-off. Get a closer look at the stars of this iconic reality show.

BYJake Skudder
Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Premiere Event

The Love and Hip Hop franchise, a reality television series, has featured a diverse mix of artists, producers, and industry insiders throughout its various iterations. Since its debut in 2011, the show has highlighted the struggles and successes of individuals in the music industry. However, it primarily focuses on the Hip Hop scene. Here's a comprehensive look at the Love and Hip Hop cast from each franchise spin-off.

Love & Hip Hop: New York Cast

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 15: (L-R) Amina Buddafly and Erica Mena attend "Love & Hip Hop New York" Season 5 Premiere at Suite 36 on December 15, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

The New York edition of Love and Hip Hop was the first to grace our screens. It introduced us to various vibrant personalities. These include Maino, Sidney Starr, Maggie Carrie, and in the tenth season, Phresher, Jennaske, and Jenn Coreano​.

Love & Hip Hop: Miami Cast

The Miami iteration of the Love and Hip Hop franchise also gave us a peek into the city's vibrant Latin and Caribbean influence on Hip Hop. Some notable cast members include Jessie Woo, Spectacular, and Khaotic from the second season. We were introduced to Hood Brat, Sukihana, Brisco, Nikki Natural, and Emjay Johnson in the third season. The fourth season further brought us Florence El Luche, Ace Hood, Shelah Marie, Noreaga, Neri Santiago, and Gaelle Jacques, among others.

Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta Cast

The Atlanta edition of Love and Hip Hop took us to the heart of the South, presenting a new flavor of Hip Hop. The eighth season showcased Pooh Hicks, Che Mack, Shekinah Anderson, and Akbar V. The ninth season also introduced us to LightSkinKeisha, Ki'yomi Leslie, and Cheyenne Robinson. Additionally, Yung Baby Tate, Omeretta the Great, Ky Frost, Infinity Gilyard, Renni Rucci, Eric Whitehead, Justin Budd, Meda Montana, and Lil Mendeecees were among the stars of the tenth season​​.

Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood Cast

The Hollywood spin-off of the Love and Hip Hop franchise brought us closer to the glamour and glitz of the West Coast. The sixth season cast included J-Boog, Brittany B., Yo-Yo, Micky Munday, and Tricia Ana​​.

Love & Hip Hop: Family Reunion Cast

The Love and Hip Hop Family Reunion edition also brought together cast members from various seasons and locations for a special reunion. Some of the cast members of the first season were Jasmine Ellis, Jayden Young, and Amoni Robinson​​.

The Love and Hip Hop franchise has continued introducing us to new and diverse talent from the Hip Hop scene. It provides an intimate look into the lives of these individuals as they navigate their careers and personal lives. The Love and Hip Hop list spans over a decade. It is a testament to the vibrant and ever-evolving nature of the Hip Hop industry.

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About The Author
Jake is the SEO Content Lead for HotNewHipHop. He has more than ten years of experience covering mixed martial arts, pro wrestling, gaming and music across a number of publications, starting at SEScoops in 2012 under the name Jake Jeremy. His work has also been featured on GiveMeSport, Sportskeeda, Pro Sports Extra, Wrestling Headlines, NoobFeed, Wrestlingnewsco and Keen Gamer, again under the name Jake Jeremy. Previously, he worked as the Editor in Chief of 24Wrestling, building the site’s profile with a view to selling the domain, which was accomplished in 2019. As well as his work for HNHH, Jake is also the Editor in Chief for Fight Fans, a combat sports and pro wrestling site that was launched in January 2021 and broke into the millions of pageviews within the first two years. Jake also previously worked for the biggest independent wrestling company in the UK, PROGRESS Wrestling, as PR Head and Head of Media across the company's social channels. Jake's favourite Hip Hop artists are Kendrick Lamar, Public Enemy, The Beastie Boys and Body Count.