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If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that K Michelle is always forward thinking with her vision for her music videos. The video for “Something About the Night” took us back to an old school jazz club scene, and the video trailer for her album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart was a short movie full of old Hollywood Glam. In the video for her latest single “Hard To Do”, K Michelle use exotic animals, sassy hairstyles, steamy sexy scenes, and the latest fashion to express how much she’s missing her love. Check it out below. READ MORE
The lovely ladies of Love and Hip Hop New York knows how to keep the drama brewing; Rashida Ali and Tahiry went at it this morning over Twitter to the delight of their fans. Watch out Atlanta looks like NYC trying to compete with y’all when it comes to drama!
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It’s official. Mona Scott-Young has confirmed that Love & Hip-Hop LA is a go. In an interview with Atlanta’s Beestroh of Hot 107.9 she said,
We’ve been looking at a few cities, it’s feeling like we’ll land in L.A. L.A. feels like the next city. Again it’s about struggling artists trying to make it and that’s what’s great about the franchise but it’s feeling like we’ve got some great stories to tell in L.A.
Cast members for Love and Hip Hop LA have not been announced but we will stay on top of things and keep you in the know!
Rumors are circulating about some new cities for the Love & Hip Hop franchise. The show might find itself in cities like Houston, New Orleams, and Los Angeles.
A production source said, “We are talking to a lot of great prospects and are very excited about the potential cast in all 3 cities. No final decisions have been made on cast or next city.”
Last night there were several events taking place at the Buckhead Bottle Bar. Karlie Redd was hosting Yung Joc’s Birthday Party or was Karlie Redd the icing on Joc’s Birthday Cake? Take a look at the pics and if body language doesn’t say it all then you tell me what does. Looks like someone might be on their way to becoming a cast member on Love and Hip Hop. Let’s follow this couple and just see how this plays out. READ MORE
Fashion week took a trip uptown to Harlem on Saturday. Scores of reality stars, bloggers, upcoming artists, fashion designers and many more filled Mist in Harlem for P.R.A.D.A.’s 3rd annual Shop Indie for a Cause, hosted by Yandy Smith.
I ran into RaMona Rizzo of Mob Wives at the P.R.A.D.A. Shop Indie for a Cause event in Harlem, hosted by Love and Hip Hop’s Yandy Smith. She gave me the inside scoop about Mob Wives and what we can expect from her in the future.